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The chimney sweeper by william blake
The Chimney Sweeper
The Chimney Sweeper is pain in conjunction with the exploitation of children during the late 1700's. William Blake put a bold and raging tone in his first sentence, first line "when my mother died" (line 1), in addition "my father sold me" (line 3) further showing the need to bring out the pain and suffering of the children and sweepers during this period of time. The Chimney Sweeper was written in a dream status in order to add more mystery and intrigue with the introduction of the "Angel" (line 13) and "God" (line 20) to scrutinize the plight of the young sweepers du…
- The chimney sweeper by william blake
- William Shakespeare
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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