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Compare and Contrast the Impression given by Blake and Wordsworths London and Composed on Westminster Bridge to show how the Poets have communicated their Meanings to you The two poems give a excellent visual description of London in very different ways in Blakes poem he describes the city as a slum while Wordsworths poem he describes London as a beautiful place in the hours of morning In Blakes description he gives the impression that London is corrupt He shows this with very strong visual images In the first stanza he describes the charted streets This gives the impression that the city has something to do with business by using The charterd Thames doth flow charterd implying that the river is a port Later he uses the words to describe how people are unhappy marks of weakness marks of woe This gives a strong image that people are unhappy and he can see it on the peoples faces He does this by using repetition of the word marks In the second stanza he uses repetition of the word every In every cry of every man In every infants cry of fear In every voice in every ban This implies that all of the people are unhappy Blake implies that the people are trapped in their own minds by using the mind-forgd manacles I hear Mind forgd gives the impression that their minds are clouded and manacles implies that they are imprisoned In the third stanza Blake suggests that there is slavery with How the chimney-sweepers cry This implies that the young boys were sent up the chimney to clean it Blake uses Every blackning Church appalls This could imply two things It could mean that the city is dirty and the walls of the church have become black or the church and its believers are disagreeable with what is happening that the walls
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