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Model Research Paper Outline William Blake, Nature, and the Industrial Revolution I. Introduction A. Industrial Revolution: a changed Britain 1. Positive effects 2. Negative effects B. Romantic poets: responding to the Industrial Revolution 1. Blake 2. Thesis statement II. Supporting Paragraphs A. Industrial Revolution in Blake’s experience 1. Albion Mill 2. Industry in Lambeth 3. Blake’s opposition to Industrial Revolution B. Evidence in Blake’s poems 1. “London” a. “charter’d streets”: means “bound” b. a code word c. “mind-forged manacles” 2. Songs of Innocence: poems of nature, such as “Nurse’s Song” C. Blake’s move to the country 1. Reasons 2. Response: quote from letter D. Blake’s concern for the poor and the land 1. “The Chimney Sweeper” poems a. historical details about chimney sweepers: Ackroyd quote b. analysis of Songs of Innocence poem



ENG403A/404A: British and World Literature | Unit 5 | Lesson 11: Organize Information, Session 2

c. analysis of Songs of Experience poem d. interpretation of “Chimney Sweeper” poems 2. Contrast with pastoral poems in Songs of Innocence 3. “Jerusalem” a. folk belief: Jesus visiting England b. images of pleasant land c. “dark Satanic mills” d. speaker vows to fight III. Conclusion A. Industrial Revolution was real for Blake B. Contrast with Nature provided material for great poems


General Outline Title of Paper I. Major section of the paper (Main topic) A. Major idea (Subtopic) 1. Secondary idea or important detail 2. Secondary idea or important detail B. Major idea (Subtopic) 1. Secondary idea or important detail 2. Secondary idea or important detail a. Specific detail (More information) b. Specific detail (More information) c. Specific detail (More information) d. Specific detail (More information) C. Major idea (Subtopic) 1. Secondary idea or important detail 2. Secondary idea or important detail 3. Secondary idea or important detail II. Major section of the paper...

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