Theme Of The Poem By William Blake

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
William Blake is one of the most utmost and he is widely organised of the entire romanticist in the English literature. He is retail shopkeeper’s son who lives in London. As a period of time, when he was fourteen years of age, he work to an engraver which took effect on him to be decieve and have an intent to make drawings of ancient churches and the Westminster Abbey. From his earliest years of living he saw a supernatural appearance which when his brother, the younger one passed away, he said that he saw a soul being discharged out of the body and rise through the overhead of room and in it's happiness, it is clapping its hands, also, he could see angels in trees in which these angels are like twins having a similar looks
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Tone
The tone of the poem is innocent, narrator was innocent enough to know where the father went and lost the little boy, but it is the same with the little boy, that he is innocent enough to don't know where his father went.
Theme
The poem represents how people give out to follow the greatest God because of sin and other earthly things. The father in the poem depicts earthly pleasure thar if wwe continue to follow, we will only move closer to get lost.
• THE LITTLE BOY FOUND
Word Choice
Like in the little boy lost, the little boy found have two stanzas which consists four line each, The rhyme scheme of the poem is ABCD, and it uses words that are easy to understand.
Sound Devices
Alliteration is shown in the poem, in the lines one and two have there is the sound of the letter “L”.
“The little boy lost in the lonely fen,
Led by the wand’ring light”.
Figurative Language
It has a figurative language, simile, wherein it uses the word “like” to compare the little boy to his father. It is in the fourth line in the first stanza.
“The little boy lost in the lonely fen,
Led by the wand’ring
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