Streets Of London
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April 19, 2005
Streets of London
“London” by William Blake is an emotional setting of man who is going though something in his life and he has found himself walking through the streets of London. It leads readers to believe that something has happened in which led this man to go on a long walk along the Thames River. The last line of the poem, “And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse” tells the reader that something has happened between this man and his wife.
As this man is walking, he describes what he sees on people’s faces. It’s not a very upbeat description, “And mark in every face I meet….Mark of weakness, marks of woe.” It’s like since he is in this miserable place in his life that he thinks everyone else is sad and miserable too.
This poem makes the reader think about a deeper meaning. Blake has a way of using words to describe the situation in a more emotional ...
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