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    Blake's "A Poison Tree"

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    Blake's "A Poison Tree" is examined according to these parts:

    The point of view of the work and its impact
    The symbolism used with the work and its affectivity
    The central theme of the work and how it is defined throughout
    The writer's style and its overall impact

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    As you choose one of the centuries that best interests you, I offer you a model. I love the Romantic period and its poets. Thus, I selected William Blake's "A Poison Tree" to model for you:

    First, as you look at its point of view of the work and its impact, the use of "I" to denote first person makes the narrator seem like a real person, allowing the ...

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    Blake's "A Poison Tree" is assessed.