WILL MARK BRANLIEST AND 30 POINTS!
Although "The Lamb" and "The Tyger" address the same concept, the tone is different in each.
Explain how they differ using supporting evidence from the poems. You must cite from and explain these lines in your response. Remember that tone involves word choice.
Explanation:Both poems are addressing the same idea, but the tone differs dramatically. "The Lamb" has avery positive, peaceful tone to it while "The Tiger" carries a very negative, dark tone to it. Blake talksof the lamb and how it was "soft, tender, wooly, and bright." As for the tiger, however, he speaks of how dangerous the tiger is, saying it is “fearful,” and compares the danger of the tiger to that
"freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
the four freedoms were goals articulated by united states president franklin d. roosevelt on january 6, 1941"