What literary devices show the innocence and experience in William Blake's "Nurse's Song"?

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As with many of the poems in Blake's brilliant Songs of Innocence and Experience , there are two poems entitled "Nurse's Song," which although they possess similarities, are very different in terms of their tone and the message they convey. The first song, extolling innocence, presents us with a picture of children's happiness as the children are allowed to play "till the light fades away" before coming home to...

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