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12 April, 22:17

In the poem called ''The Poison Tree'': How does Blake's use of figurative language relate to themes of the play? Provide textual evidence.

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  1. 13 April, 00:09
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    William Blake's use of figurative language tells us that his hatred grew and grew as an apple tree and his enemy (his foe) stretched beneath the tree.

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    It makes us aware what bad feelings can cause in other's peoples' lives and in our own, if we try to conceal them or not to show them. They will always arise in probably dangerous forms for both, the reciever and the beholder.
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