What group of people is the author of The Lamb trying to reach with his message?
One could say the speaker of "The Lamb" is a shepherd, as, shepherds traditionally tend to flocks of sheep. As seen in the poem, lines three through eight, the shepherd knows that they eat "by the stream & o'er the mead," what their wool feels like, and that the "vales rejoice" or the valleys echo with their "tender voices." Only the shepherd would know the lambs' habits. In stanza two, the reader discovers the lamb's creator is Jesus, "He is called by thy name," and that the speaker is a "child (of God)." Jesus is both a lamb and a child of God. Jesus also knows and does many of…
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