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One of Blake's prints for "Little Boy Found"

"The Little Boy Found" is a poem by William Blake first published in the collection Songs of Innocence in 1789. Songs of Innocence was printed using illuminated printing, a style Blake created. By integrating the images with the poems the reader was better able to understand the meaning behind each of Blake's poems.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>

"The Little Boy Found" is a sequel to "The Little Boy Lost". The two poems are written as simple songs, similar to nursery rhymes.<ref name = "UBuck">"Little Boy Found" and "Little Boy Lost". University of Buckingham. Retrieved December 8, 2013.</ref>


The Little Boy Found sections
Intro   The poem    Structure    Themes   Gallery   References   External links  

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