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London

London

  

by William Blake

London: Blood, Dirt, and Filth True or False

1. What word does the speaker use to describe the Church? -> Holy
2. What does the speaker "mark"? -> A chimney sweeper
3. What runs down the palace walls? -> Blood
4. With what is the marriage-hearse blighted? -> Blood
5. What word is used to describe the soldier? -> Blackning

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