Which line from William Blake's "The Tyger" contains the clearest example of symbolism? A. "In the forests of the night..." B. "Dare its deadly terrors clasp?" C. "In what furnace was thy brain?" D. "And when thy heart began to beat..."

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I believe the best answer to your question would be A. In the forests of the night. Obviously there is no such thing as a 'night forest' but this is symbolizing darkness, nighttime or even perhaps the dreamworld when you fall asleep. There are numerous possibilities for what this could be symbolizing. 


A. in the forest of the night Hope that helps

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