In "The Lamb" from Songs of Innocence, William Blake captured the sensitive imaginativeness, the knowledge and the awareness of childhood in a filigree of delicate language, verse form, and understanding. He lifted the veil of childhood and revealed that period of life in which imagination, not yet restricted, gives the child a pure understanding of God an his relations to Him and the the world about him...
"Blake and the Child,"
Manuscripts: Vol. 17
, Article 3.
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