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Essay heading: The Lamb
 
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Written by: Babe
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Blake uses setting and mood to support his theme in “The Lamb”. The Lamb lives in a perfect world with streams and meadows all about. The mood is one of happiness and the flawless world of the lamb and the mood justify the theme that the amazing beauty of the world proves that a greathearted father exists...
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Characterization maintains the theme in Blake's, “The Lamb” and the speaker remains unnamed. The first stanza is rustic and descriptive, while the second focuses on theoretical spiritual matters and contains explanation and analogy. The poem begins with the question, "Little Lamb, who made thee?" (Line 1)...
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