Written during the Romantic Rebellion, William Blake's poem London takes his readers on a journey through the "chartered" section of the city of London, a place where the poor and destitute are forced to live. Blake uses this piece to depict eighteenth century London, where social inequalities, corrupt churches, and the exploitation of the poor were very prevalent. Blake uses lots of symbolism to express his melancholy and seemingly hopeless view of those who are doomed to endure living in such an abject society, inflicted upon them mostly by their religion and their government.
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