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In the study of literature, the telling of a story is not traditionally associated with the lyric genre. However, in William Blake's collection The Songs of Innocence and of Experience numerous poems are based on narratives. In this thesis, a cross-generic approach is applied to examine poetry using the tools of narrative analysis. The aim of this paper is to show that even in the lyric genre there are narratives and aspects of story-telling. The first chapter is dedicated to finding adoi:10.25365/thesis.60399 fatcat:ohxi5bj3i5dtzgg2vea4ql4thi