Many writers construct natural imagery by deploying figurative language throughout their work. He explores the theme of restriction and how freedom can be found in the natural setting, also demonstrating how human-identity can be influenced by these worlds. However, both poems oppose the strict learning system of the societies. It seem. The 6 stanza lyric poem The Schoolboy written by William Blake addresses the impacts of formal education on children and suggests that they are detrimental to growth.
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The content of this poem seems to be from the standpoint of an innocent child. However the diction and style are quite sophisticated. The poem also uses rhetorical devices such as:. He cannot enter into the child's artless way of experiencing and of expressing himself. The first four stanzas are self-contained.
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This poem depends upon three inter-related images, the schoolboy, the bird and the plant. All three are dependent upon, or vulnerable to, the way in which they are treated by human beings. Schoolboy - The image of the child here focuses on his nature as free and unfettered. He is associated with the spring as a time for growth, freshness and playfulness. As such, the child represents the playful, free nature of the creative imagination.
Personality of hateful is one of them. Abigail did a lot of things that gave enormous hurt to them such as breaking a family in the village and let one becomes a scapegoat. She is a cowardly girl that afraid to shoulder the responsibility.