Write a brief essay explaining how the poem produces a unified theme or idea by focusing on words, patterns, complexities, oppositions, ironies, and paradoxes.

Diagnostic 1- New Criticism: William Blake “London”Prompt: Write a brief essay explaining how the poem produces a unified theme or idea by focusing on words, patterns, complexities, oppositions, ironies, and paradoxes. For a model, look at the sample essays I have attached here, taken from pages 19 and 53 in the sixth edition of Texts and Contexts (or the handouts for Chapters 2 and 3 provided in the “New Criticism” folder in the Lectures and Class Notes section). It would also be informative to look at my notes and annotated poem in the same folder for a detailed analysis and commentary.Structure and Organization: You have to begin your essay with an introductory paragraph that identifies the main idea – paradox, tension, or conflict (as the models do) – and possibly hinting at how it is resolved. Then, proceed methodically by identifying the ways in which the main idea of the poem is addressed in each of the stanzas through various figures of speech – you should dedicate one brief paragraph to each stanza. Conclude by summing the primary points of your analysis, thus resolving the main idea.FORMAT: Before you draft your paper, read the corresponding guidelines on citation provided in the “Writing Guidelines” folder above and format your paper following the step-by-step MLA guidelines. Note that points will be deducted for failure to follow the guidelines.