William Blake's poem "London" depicts a very depressing setting. &nbsp;The tone is quite clear however the who, what, where, when, and why are left out. &nbsp;It is up to the reader and the knowledge he/she posses to best interpret a text. &nbsp;It begins with a man walking down city streets observing all the poverty and sadness that has reaped his town. Other than the title the poem alone does not make sense. &nbsp; To fully understand the tone of the poem you must know both the historical basis, and the author's history.
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- A really short multi-paragraphed essay on Samuel Pepys role as a citizen of London, as a husband and as a master.
- Jack London: Call of the Wild
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