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The Lamb

The Lamb

  

by William Blake

The Lamb Man and the Natural World Quotes

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Quote #4

Gave thee such a tender voice,
Making all the vales rejoice (lines 7-8)

Throughout the poem, Blake personifies nature. The lamb has a "tender voice" like a singer, and the echoing valleys are like a church choir expressing its joy.

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