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Compare and contrast the two poems, "Little Boy Crying" by Mervyn Morris and "The Toys" by Coventry Patmore.
The poems "The Toys" and "Little Boy Crying" are two similar poems which both mainly talk about a father to child relationship. The poems show the father's point of view as well as the child's, which are quite different, during an event in which the father tries to teach his little son a lesson. As well as their similarities, these two poems have their differences.
Both poems talk about how the father has hit his son for being disobedient. They both show how much this event hurts the child as well as the father. In "Little Boy Crying", the little boy is both shocked and hurt by this even…
- Compare and contrast the two poems, "Little Boy Crying" by Mervyn Morris and "The Toys" by Coventry Patmore.
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