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    perfection with the poems “The Chimney Sweeper” from Songs of Innocence and “The Chimney Sweeper” from the Songs of Experience. The two poems have the same concept but are told from two different perspective. One from an innocent view of the world and one from someone with the experience of the world. Songs of Innocence contrast with Songs of Experience from the speaker of poem to the tone it is told to the imagery each poem possess. The speaker in “The Chimney Sweeper” from Songs of Innocence

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    Chimney Sweeps

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    fireplace and chimney is essential for ensuring that they stay in good condition for many years, and one of the most important aspects of maintenance is chimney sweeping. Health and Safety Benefits When using a fireplace or a wood stove, ash and carbon residue build up in the chimney. No matter how frequently you use your wood stove or fireplace, you will need to have your chimney swept at some point in time because it is a terrible health and safety hazard in your home. Dirty chimneys can actually

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    The Chimney Sweeper “The Chimney Sweeper” by William Blake was set in a time around the French Revolution. It begins when a little boy, named Tom, around the age of five or six has a dream. With his mother diseased, his father sells him to what I believe to be a chimney sweep business. Tom has a dream all the children will be released and then if they do what they’re told will be taken care of by God. The poem shows the hardship that the children in that time era face every day. In William Blake’s

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    In Robert Blake’s Chimney Sweeper, the lives of two young boys who sweep chimneys are displayed. It is through these boys he evokes a sense of pity and sympathy to speak out against the horrors of forcing children to work in dangerous jobs. By characterizing the speaking boy and his friend Tom Dacre as two pure and innocent children he can open eyes to the horrors of the chimney sweeping business. Throughout The Chimney Sweeper, the young boy is characterized as an innocent child, unaware to his

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    Chimney Sweeper Essay

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    Chimneys have been around for years and they aren’t the cleanest places in the home. There is a whole lot of soot that gathers in the stacks and gets stuck on the inside of the chimney that you can't see unless you get in there to see. Just like any mess, someone has to clean it. Nowadays we have an easier method of doing such dirty jobs, but back in the day, easy is not how chimney cleaning was described. In order to actually fit in the chimneys, you would have to be very small. Children were given

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    In his poem, "The Chimney Sweeper", William Blake displays the despondent urban life of a young chimney sweeper during the coming of the industrial revolution in order to emphasize the theme of innocence through Marxism and to inform people of the harsh working conditions during the times of child labor promoting political reform. William Blake was born in London on November 28, 1757, to James and Catherine Blake. From early childhood, Blake spoke of having visions. He learned to read and write at

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    William Blake's Chimney Sweeper In this essay I am going to explore Blake's Chimney Sweeper poems from the Songs of Innocence and the Songs of Experience. During this essay I will cover Blake's life and times and the way chimney sweepers get treated around that time and what Blake attempts to do about it. Blake was born on November 28 in the year 1757. His parents where strict but understanding. Blake's parents realized early in his life that Blake was gifted. He had an extremely active

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    William Blake's Chimney Sweeper Poems

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    Chimney sweeper Essay Writers and artists are influenced by the culture of their time. They respond to the world around them through their work. In the 18th century, England was plagued by the gruesome repercussions of the industrial revolution. One such repercussion was the child labor of the time, where young boys at the ages of five and six were for forced to work in harsh conditions, either sweeping chimneys or working in factories. William Blake used his romantic style of writing to commentate

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    While many believe that William Blake’s “The Chimney Sweeper” is about religion, I believe that its main message is to highlight the innocence being taken away of children at a very young age. Throughout the poem, Blake uses symbolism to capture reader’s attention by leading us in a journey to highlight the life of a young boy. Blake uses a melancholy and somber tone to address the innocence that is being taken away from the chimney sweepers. In The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake, there are continuous

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    The Chimney Sweeper Analysis

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    In the poem, “The Chimney Sweeper” by William Blake, the author attempts to educate the reader about the horrors experienced by young children who are forced into labor at an early age cleaning chimneys for the wealthy. The poem begins with a young boy who has lost his mother but has no time to properly grieve because his father has sold him into a life of filth and despair. The child weeps not only for the loss of his mother and his father’s betrayal, but also for the loss of his childhood and

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