I need help with these questions: In the poem "The world is too much with us" does the speaker believe we have lost or love of nature. I believe the statement is true, and also, In William Blakes tyger is he powerful, good, powerless, or bad, I put powerful. Thanks for your help.
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You have to ask yourself if you think tigers can be "good" or "bad" by human standards. Probably not, since that takes thought and knowledge of right and wrong -- and since tigers are not humans, those are probably ridiculous adjectives to apply. So you are left with "powerful" and "powerless." What do you think?