Jane Eyre: An Autobiography involves elements of social criticism along with the morality. Jane, as an individual, has been explained in association to areas such as classism, religion, sexuality and proto-feminism. The novel strongly discusses on the theme of social class and gender relations. The power of the people is greatly exposed. The songs of innocence and experience imply the explanations of consciousness. While the songs of innocence discuss on the childhood times that lack immunity to fallen world, the songs of experience have highlighted the vitality loss of childhood and the intrusion of fear and inhibition within the minds. The approach that has been followed in both the texts to present in this paper will include analysis of secondary sources on specific themes. I will begin by explaining about the power impacts in the books and the personal experience by the authors. Subsequent to it, I would proceed to the identification of the type of tale – creation or caution tale with respect to themes on faith, love and tradition. I will analyze this tale with the support of multiple sources so as to gain sufficient knowledge on the themes and prove the proposed topic. The social and political corruption has also proved the strong presence of the ruling classes in the society. Blake remains sensible to the cultural traits and discrimination created by the ruling classes to control the people in poverty. The choice of the books has certain themes in common. For instance, childhood is one particular theme that is discussed in both the books. However, the events associated to this theme were different. Jane Eyre’s autobiography discusses her life and various circumstances that she faced at various stages of life. On the other hand, Blake has used his poems as the devices to express the events he witnessed and wanted to throw light on for people to realize the things happening around them.