What is the Theme of The Tyger by William Blake?
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The theme of the poem The Tyger by William Blake is religious one. From the beginning of the poem till its end, the poet keeps praising the mysteries of God. He praises His divine body, extraordinary weapons etc.
The poet, in the poem, is of the view that God is Omnipotent, He can do anything, He has control over good and evil. When the evil (i.e. the Satanic Forces) went against God, He created Tyger which made the former to accept their defeat and weep in fear.
Read the summary of the poem here.