Asked by: Chenchen Sachibooks and literature poetry
What emotions does Blake's description of the Lamb evoke in you?
Last Updated: 22nd May, 2020
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Subsequently, one may also ask, which word best describes the mood of the illustration accompanying the lamb?
Explanation: "Serene" is the best word to describe the illustration because it depicts a setting in what looks like a quiet countryside with a child calmly feeding a lamb.
Additionally, what feeling does the poem evoke in you what is the mood of the poem? This poem evokes passion and caring. God 'gave' the lamb its clothing of wool. God cares for the lamb as if the lamb is his own child. It's talking about the giving of life, clothing, and a voice.
Secondly, what is the mood of the Lamb by William Blake?
Answer and Explanation: The tone of ''The Lamb'' is both curious and reverent. The speaker is displaying curiosity toward the intended audience, the lamb.
How does Blake portray nature in the Lamb and the Tyger?
Blake's “The Lamb” and “The Tyger” is more suggestive to the nature of God. The idea is that the same God who made the lamb also made the tiger, so unless it is suggested that God created evil, then the tiger must not be “evil”. This trait does not exist within human beings, and therefore does not exist in God.