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    A brief, personal interpretation of Blake's "The Lamb" is included.

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    As a symbol, I definitely interpret that Blake's "The Lamb" permeates with religious implications. For example, I perceive that the lamb functions as a strong representation of purity and innocence overall in life and within our religious beliefs and connections to God.

    Since Jesus Christ is also known biblically as "the Lamb of God," it seems like Blake is also looking blatantly at all humans as God's children or ...

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    A brief interpretation of Blake's "The Lamb" is articulated in 300 words of personal notes.