anonymous
  • anonymous
Match the central idea or aspect of God described by William Blake to the lines of the poems "The Tyger" and "The Lamb." "Could frame thy fearful symmetry?" "Gave thee life, and bid thee feed," "Did he smile his work to see?" "Gave thee clothing of delight," Pairs!!!! God as caretaker God as artist God as powerful God as creator
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anonymous
  • anonymous
god as artist="did he smile his wor to see" gave thee clothing of delilght=god as creator gave thee life, bid thee feed=caretaker god as powerful=could frame thy fearful symmetry
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Robert136 Thank you very very much.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You may be slightly confused with god as artist and god as powerful. However, only the powerful could frame "fearful symmetry" and not "smile his work to see" the second quote is about god being an artist because only the artist would passively admire his work

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i hope I helped you:)
anonymous
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@Robert136 You sure did, And thank you so much for going further into explanation. It'll actually help me in future work as well.. Have a great day

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