<span>The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake is from a collection of poems called the Songs of Experience. Succeeding the Songs of Innocence, Blake explores the themes of love and the human spirit through the personification of a clod of clay and a pebble in a brook. Blake confers completely contrary convictions to the clod and the pebble which compliment the diametrically opposed views on the nature of love expressed in the poem.</span>
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An important event in ancient greek history