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Charles Lamb "Thoughtless Cruelty"
<Tab/>Most people, at some point of their lives, have tortured inferior insects whether it be pulling the wings off a fly or crushing an ant. In the poem "Thoughtless Cruelty" by Charles Lamb the reader can see that the author is indeed angry about such a thing. The author uses the poetic devices such as diction, rhyme, and detail to describe his attitude toward those who perform such "Thoughtless Cruelty".
<Tab/>The author first directs his attention to "Robert" that has "kill'd that fly". The author then says the man was "devoid Of thought and sense" to hav…
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