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William Blake: 'London' - Mr Bruff Analysis
 
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Analysis of 'London' by William Blake
 
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Not sure why my opening got a little cut off - sorry! An analysis of William Blake's London for the new 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam.
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Grade 9 Analysis of William Blake's London, with Context and Free Guide
 
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This video teaches you how to understand the context of this poem, link it to the poet purpose, and explores the structures and form. If you are hard working, and get to the end, you will also see how to compare it to every other poem in the power and conflict section of AQA's anthology (except Tissue, which is a problem poem!) You will also find a brilliant resource to help you revise all the poems, including London. Here is the link: http://bit.ly/PowerandConflict If you would like to read the first chapters of my Guide to 100% in AQA English Language GCSE, click here: https://alexa.design/2okwdUG
London by William Blake
 
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An analysis for GCSE AQA poetry
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Analysing London by William Blake
 
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AQA English Literature. William Blake. London. English revision GCSE
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GCSE - William Blake's "London" - Grade Booster
 
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London By William Blake (CH_01)
 
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HOW TO ANALYZE A POEM  WILLIAM BLAKE'S LONDON
 
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A Short Analysis of William Blake’s ‘London’    ‘London’                  William Blake
 
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‘London’ William Blake A Short Analysis of William Blake’s ‘London’ William Blake (1757-1827) wrote many great poems which remain widely read and studied. But ‘London’ is, along with ‘The Tyger’, possibly the most famous of all his poems. ‘London’ was first published in 1794 in his volume Songs of Experience, which was written to offer the flipside to the positive, transcendent message present in Blake’s earlier volume Songs of Innocence. Although the poem’s meaning is pretty clear and straightforward, it is our intention in this analysis to uncover some of the more curious aspects of its language. I wander thro’ each charter’d street, Near where the charter’d Thames does flow. And mark in every face I meet Marks of weakness, marks of woe. In every cry of every Man, In every Infants cry of fear, In every voice: in every ban, The mind-forg’d manacles I hear How the Chimney-sweepers cry Every blackning Church appalls, And the hapless Soldiers sigh Runs in blood down Palace walls But most thro’ midnight streets I hear How the youthful Harlots curse Blasts the new-born Infants tear And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse (The spelling given in the above version is the spelling in Blake’s original.) In summary, Blake describes the things he sees when he wanders through the streets of London: signs of misery and weakness can be discerned on everyone’s face, it seems. Every man’s voice – even the cry of every infant, a child who hasn’t even learnt to talk yet – conveys this sense of oppression. It’s as if everyone is being kept in slavery, but the manacles they wear are not literal ones, but mental – ‘mind-forg’d’ – ones. Somehow, they are even more powerful, since they mean the oppressed is unlikely ever to rise up and challenge that which tyrannises over them. william-blake-londonThe third stanza sees two institutions associated with wealth and grandeur – the Church and the Palace – invaded by the corrupt realities of Blake’s London: a world in which industrialisation leads to small children being exploited and maltreated through their employment as chimney-sweeps, and in which ‘hapless’ (i.e. unlucky) soldiers sent off to fight spill their blood for uncaring kings. ‘Appals’ in this stanza is a nice word: the Church is literally turned the colour of a pall (black) by the sooty breath of the chimney-sweep, but palls are associated with funerals, summoning the premature deaths of so many children who died from injury or ill-health while performing the job of a chimney-sweep. The word also, of course, carries its more familiar, abstract meaning: ‘appals’ as in shocks. But the fourth and final stanza suggests that the most pervasive and frequently heard sound on London streets is the sound of a young mother – who is also a prostitute – cursing her newborn infant’s crying and ‘blight[ing] with plagues the Marriage hearse’. This last image cannot easily be paraphrased, so the whole stanza requires a bit of unpicking: But most thro’ midnight streets I hear How the youthful Harlots curse Blasts the new-born Infants tear And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse That final image – the oxymoron of the ‘Marriage hearse’ (hearses are for funerals, not weddings) – appears to mean that the young unmarried mother’s unwanted child, and the misery of both mother and infant alike, is the final nail in the coffin of the idea of marriage as a sacred union which is associated not only with bliss but with blessing (because it is, or was solely in Blake’s time, a holy ceremony; but also because people talk of a marriage being ‘blessed’ with a child). A ‘curse’, of course, can be merely a loud cry (or, in modern American slang, a swear word), but the word carries a ring of profanity at all times. That final line is a masterstroke: first the near-alliteration of the bl and pl plosive sounds in ‘blights’ and ‘plagues’, but then the oxymoron of ‘Marriage hearse’, with ‘hearse’ itself being a horrific constricting of ‘Harlot’s curse’, the line it rhymes with.
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Akala & Mr Gee discuss William Blake's London
 
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MC & writer Akala talks to Mr Gee about William Blake's classic poem "London" (published in 1794). Poet & Radio Presenter Mr Gee: Presented BBC Radio 4's "Rhyme & Reason", "Bespoken Word" & 'Poetic Justice" Starred as "the poet" for the West End run of "Into the Hoods" Was the "poet laureate" for Russell Brand's SONY Award winning Radio Show (yes I was there during "Sachsgate") Supported Russell Brand on the "Messiah Complex" tour (first performance poet to do a set at the O2, in front of 17,000 people!), Had a cameo role in the film "Get Him To The Greek" Writes current affairs poems for BBC regional radio & is a regular contributor for National Prison Radio. "A charming and politically articulate street poet” - The Times Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrgeepoet Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mr-gee-poet AudioBoom: https://audioboom.com/channel/mrgee Russell Brand Podcast poems: http://genius.com/albums/Mr-gee-poet/Russell-brand-podcast-poems London (by William Blake) I wander thro' each charter'd street, Near where the charter'd Thames does flow. And mark in every face I meet Marks of weakness, marks of woe. In every cry of every Man, In every Infants cry of fear, In every voice: in every ban, The mind-forg'd manacles I hear How the Chimney-sweepers cry Every blackning Church appalls, And the hapless Soldiers sigh Runs in blood down Palace walls But most thro' midnight streets I hear How the youthful Harlots curse Blasts the new-born Infants tear And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse
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London William Blake Grade 9
 
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AQA Power and Conflict Poetry London William Blake GCSE English Literature
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Perfect mark analysis: London by William Blake
 
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Here is everything you need to know in order to achieve full marks for Blake's "London". Taking you through, context, form, structure and language, this video has all you need to secure full marks in your exams. Good luck! Head over to our website to gain access to over 1000 revision videos and over 200 model exam answer responses for GCSE and A-Level: http://www.tuitionkit.com Connect with us Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TuitionKit Twitter: https://twitter.com/TuitionKit
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Analysis of London by William Blake
 
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Mr Beasley teaches the poem London by William Blake
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Analysis: London by William Blake
 
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London William Blake (Analysis AQA Poetry)
 
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Poetry Critical Appreciation "LONDON" William Blake, UGC/NET/JRF/MA/BA
 
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William Blake - ‘London’ - Annotation
 
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Download this annotation here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/william-blake-london-annotation-11499593 Annotation prompts for William Blake’s ‘London’ (Songs of Experience). ‘London’ is a poem that depicts England’s capital city during the Industrial Revolution (1760-1820/40). Poem was published in Songs of Experience (1794). It is one of the few poems which does not have a corresponding poem in Songs of Innocence (1789). Blake (28.11.1757- 12.08.1827) lived in London his entire life (except for 3 years spent in Felpham). Work didn’t have much recognition during his lifetime. He was concerned about senseless wars and damaging effects of the Industrial Revolution. This poem reflects this attitude. Is Blake warning people? Is it a dystopian vision of the future? What is Blake’s message here? Inequality? Corruption of youth? Disparity between rich / poor? Blake’s poetry consistently embodies an attitude of rebellion against the abuse of class power. Blake’s view of London (powerful city) seems to contrast with how London would have liked to be perceived during the Industrial Revolution. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further analysis and interpretation. For poetry essay support, please check out Poetry Essay app: http://appstore.com/poetryessay For daily poetry news and essay support, please visit: http://www.poetryessay.co.uk
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London By William Blake | অনার্স ২য় বর্ষ, বাংলা | Romantic Poetry
 
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London By William Blake | অনার্স ২য় বর্ষ, বাংলা | Romantic Poetry
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Analysis of London by William Blake
 
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ATeacherWrites.com Oxford Graduate English Teacher explains Blake's famous poem
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Blake 'London' AQA Lit (NOT 'Jerusalem' as Mislabeled
 
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This video is about Blake 'London' for the new AQA Literature specification. SORRY it is mislabeled 'Jerusalem'!
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2 Minutes on Structure & Form: 'London'
 
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Romantic Era: William Blake - London (Lecture)
 
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LONDON - WILLIAM BLAKE/Lt grade/UP TGT PGT/KVS/NVS/ENGLISH LITERATURE IN Hindi
 
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London -- A poem by William Blake. About the poet -- William Blake (1757- 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker. He was born in the Soho district of London. Blake is considered a seminal figure in the history of both the poetry and visual arts of the Romantic Age. Share and support us. Escholar 360 is all about education and entertainment, we are trying to make education easy for students as well as we are trying to give you healthy entertainment and inspirational videos, so keep in touch with us, For subscribe our channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3MKGiItBxSbP0r1VSTrpxA?sub_confirmation=1
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The Chimney Sweeper | William Blake | English Literature
 
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In this video i tried to cover all the important topics of this Poem, which can be beneficial for any exam like : UGC NET, IGNOU, DU, Jamia, JNU. its just short analysis. 1) About the Poem 2) About the Writer 3) Characters 4) Summary & Analysis 5) Themes 6) Critical Analysis if you like this short analysis so share it as many as you can subscribe the channel for more
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Idris Elba Reading 'London' By William Blake
 
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A tribute to his home city.
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London by William Blake
 
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London by William Blake performed as a RAP for GCSE. Learn quotations ready for analysis. Walk through the streets of 18th century London with me.
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London by William Blake
 
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London| William Blake - A Film Poem Commentary
 
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For English we had to make a Film Poem Commentary on a poem we could choose ourselves. Our assignment was to make a small film that explains the 'deeper meaning' of the poem. Unfortunately the voice in our film somehow refuses to completely pronounce the very last word of the poem. In our film is says: the marriage her, whereas it should actually say: the marriage hearse. We hope you enjoy, xx Olga and Eva, T4Y
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London GCSE Poetry Analysis
 
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An analysis for London by William Blake.
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William Blake's radicalism
 
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Iain Sinclair explores the historical background to William Blake's radical writings. Filmed on the South Bank of the River Thames, Vauxhall, London. Explore more films, together with thousands of Victorian and Romantic literary treasures, at the British Library's Discovering Literature website - http://www.bl.uk/discovering-literature.
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William Blake's 'London' -- performed and analysed.
 
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A dramatic reading of William Blake's 'London' as well as an explanation of the key points of the poem, examining its imagery and structure.
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London By William Blake
 
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By: Gracie Carnes Video Analysis Project
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Blake's London
 
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Lecture by E P Thompson on William Blake's poem 'London'. Directed by Trevor Griffiths broadcast on BBC1 25 June 1970
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William Blake: “London" (set to music)
 
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William Blake's poem “London" set to music (Songs of Expercience)
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London by William Blake || Estela Rosa
 
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A little analysis of the poem 'London' by William Blake. Subscribe for more revision videos on William Blake poetry and other English Literature texts. Link to the poem 'London' by William Blake: https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/london/ Disclaimer: I am not an expert on 'London' or any of the texts that I discuss - I am not an English teacher. I am simply a student who loves English Literature as a subject. Thank you for watching and I hope you found this video helpful!
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Analysis of 'The Tyger' by William Blake
 
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A descriptive analysis of the poem, 'The Tyger' by William Blake. Speaking Sequence: Vinay- Introduction, Stanza 1&6 Shi Ru- Summary and Stanza 2 Michelle- Theme of the Poem and Stanza 3&4 Yu Hao- Rhyme and Rhythm of the Poem and Stanza 5
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English Poem - The Tyger by William Blake - Explanation & analysis in Hindi
 
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William Blake's 'The Lamb' analysed.
 
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A reading of William Blake's 'The Lamb', together with an analysis of the poem.
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London 1802 by William Wordsworth | বাংলা লেকচার | Bengali Lecture
 
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London 1802 by William Wordsworth | বাংলা লেকচার | Bengali Lecture Follow and ask anything:: https://www.facebook.com/groups/297310214105181/ https://www.facebook.com/cloudschoolproo/ https://www.facebook.com/cloudschoolpro/
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The Tyger (Tiger) by William Blake, lecture by Munawar Ahmad Saeed, Introduction and Text analysis.
 
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Poetry Analysis 57: "London, 1802" by William Wordsworth
 
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Poetry Analysis 57: "London, 1802" by William Wordsworth
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London William Blake
 
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In which we analyze London by William Blake using classical analysis and classic comedy
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