The Little Vagabond is a 1794 poem by William Blake in his collection Songs of Innocence and of Experience. His collection, Songs of Innocence was originally published alone, in 1789. The scholar, Robert Gleckner says that the poem is a form of transformation of the boy in the poem "The School Boy," from Songs of Innocence.
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This makes "The Little Vagabond" stand out in Songs of Experience as a poem which injects the voice of Innocence, albeit an Innocence that has some Experience, into the cynical and weary world of Experience. In fact, the little vagabond believes that if church were more like an alehouse, with a more merry atmosphere all around, then God the Father would see His people happy and would no longer find fault with the Devil or the Barrel, thereby eradicating sin in general and the sin of drunkenness entirely.
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The Little Vagabond - Imagery, symbolism and themes. London - Imagery, symbolism and themes. A poor child (who, as a vagabond, is likely to have received charity from church) is telling his mother why he does not find church appealing. S/he compares it with the ale-house (which, in Blake's time, would have been criticised by the church as a place of wrongdoing). This is truly warm and welcoming and makes the child feel valued (‘used well').
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Vagabond Heart is a stronger, more diverse album than its predecessor, featuring a more consistent set of songs, including Robbie Robertson's "Broken Arrow" and the hit "Motown Song," as well as a convincing, impassioned performance by Stewart.
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