Blake believed that children are close to God so therefore have an easier time dealing with injustices in the world. The state of innocence into which children are born is just the view they have of the world, they see honesty and splendor in most things. In Blake’s “The Lamb” the child tells us how we all were made by the lamb, who symbolizes Jesus, and how we are all connected through him. Blake shows us the ability of children to see past the evils of the world and realize that in the end if we do what is right, Jesus will save us. [continues]
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