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Compare and contrast “The Lamb” and “The Tyger.”
William Blake is well known for his poetry works. This essay will compare and contrast his two poems, the Lamb and the Tyger with a quotation from both poems. Both of these poems have similar ways of passing the message to the audience but are also different at the same time.
The voice in the Lamb is that of child hence the language used is simple. For example the poem begins with the words, “Little Lamb I’ll tell thee”, the same line is repeated twice in the poem, creating rhyme like that of the songs sung by children in preschool. In the second stanza, the reader is informed that the persona in the poem is indeed a child, through the lines “I a child and thou a lamb”. The child is described humble and innocent, “He is meek, and He is mild”. Looking the Tyger, the picture painted by the Blake is that of a furious animal with ver.............
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