What is the main idea in William Blake’s “The Lamb”? A child talks with God in person about creation. A lamb entertains the child with a story about creation. A child talks to a lamb about who created them.
“The Lamb” is a poem that was written by William Blake. This poem actually centers on Christianity, having the "Lamb" as the symbol of Jesus as "The Lamb of God". The overall theme of this poem is Innocence. Therefore, the main idea here is a child who talks to a lamb about who created them. The answer would be the last option.