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Blake's Romantic View of Education in Songs of Innocence
This paper deals with Blake's ideal and Romantic attitude toward children's education. Although Songs of Innocence is close to late 18th century children's literature in period, it breaks and attacks the moral hierarchies and social institutions by using parody and satire as a poetic device to reverse the official morality of its time. Following not by Locke but by Rousseau's concept of children, Blake shows the animated world of his innocent children laughing and leaping in nature. Free from the institutionalized school and cliche instruction from adults, Blake's children can preserve their original innocence. The communication between natural objects and children in green and living landscape can be an alternative and ideal playground for the exploited but unfallen children of the time in England.
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