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London

London

  

by William Blake

London: The Grimy Details True or False

1. What does the speaker hear pretty much everywhere? -> Mind-forg'd manacles
2. What does the chimney-sweeper do? -> Cry
3. What does the speaker hear the harlot uttering? -> A curse
4. What about the soldier? What can he be heard doing? -> Fighting
5. Speaking of sound, what is the best way to represent the rhyme scheme of each stanza in this poem? -> ABAB

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