Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Comprehensive Guide for A Level with Recordings
- AQA B A Level
Blake’s political leanings are deceptively complex: though he is inescapably treated as part of the Enlightenment and its liberal burgeoning, his social commentary lies outside the traditional realms of satire, and his conceptions of rebellion and power dynamics are inextricably bound with his views on religion. Get to grips with these intricacies with thorough notes, interspersed with thoughtful activities for students to expand their knowledge of the collection, encourage comparisons within it and support creative independent analysis of each poem.
The pack tackles the key stages of text analysis:
Thorough poem-by-poem commentary walks students through each poem
Drawing it all together
In-depth discussion of all poems focuses on: genre, themes, attitudes and values, language and form, context and more!
Supports teaching by ensuring all key areas are covered
Plus! A Further Reading List and a Glossary of Key Terms.