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In two separate Paragraphs, Pretend that you are Responding to someone’s analysis of the assigned work bellow (Respond in terms of critiquing it for following a formalist critique.) Point out areas that the Person may have overlooked or not have had room to analyze. Also, note if your classmate brought in non-formalistic information to the critique. The responses should be a solid paragraph of about 8-10 sentences each. 1.William Blake, "The Lamb" (from Songs of Innocence) and "The Tyger" (from Songs of Experience) 2.William Wordsworth, "We Are Seven&quot

In two separate Paragraphs, Pretend that you are Responding to someone’s analysis of the assigned work bellow (Respond in terms of critiquing it for following a formalist critique.) Point out areas that the Person may have overlooked or not have had room to analyze. Also, note if your classmate brought in non-formalistic information to the critique. The responses should be a solid paragraph of about 8-10 sentences each.

1.William Blake, "The Lamb" (from Songs of Innocence) and "The Tyger" (from Songs of Experience)

2.William Wordsworth, "We Are Seven&quot

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