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A Little Boy Lost the Poem

"A little boy lost" is a poem of the Songs of Experience series created in 1794 after the Songs of Innocence (1789) by the poet named William Blake. The "The Little Boy Found" responds to the poems initial conversation, about . The poem focuses on the theme of religious persecution. A boy is burned for his ego and leads to the poem "The Little Boy Lost" who follows a wisp and then is found by God in the prelude of "The Little Boy Found".


A Little Boy Lost sections
Intro  The Poem  Analysis of Poem  Background   Structure  References  

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A Little Boy Lost the Poem

"A little boy lost" is a poem of the Songs of Experience series created in 1794 after the Songs of Innocence (1789) by the poet named William Blake. The "The Little Boy Found" responds to the poems initial conversation, about . The poem focuses on the theme of religious persecution. A boy is burned for his ego and leads to the poem "The Little Boy Lost" who follows a wisp and then is found by God in the prelude of "The Little Boy Found".


A Little Boy Lost sections
Intro  The Poem  Analysis of Poem  Background   Structure  References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: The Poem
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