The Chimney Sweeper Summary

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ANALYSIS OF WILLIAM BLAKE'S STYLE IN WRITING ABOUT THE AUTHOR William Blake is one of the most utmost and he is widely organised of the entire romanticist in the English literature. He is retail shopkeeper’s son who lives in London. As a period of time, when he was fourteen years of age, he work to an engraver which took effect on him to be decieve and have an intent to make drawings of ancient churches and the Westminster Abbey. From his earliest years of living he saw a supernatural appearance which when his brother, the younger one passed away, he said that he saw a soul being discharged out of the body and rise through the overhead of room and in it's happiness, it is clapping its hands, also, he could see angels in trees in which these…show more content…
• Bags- this is the symbol of their incandescent baggage, it is the sack of them that is filled by their experience. Tone The tone of “The Chimney Sweeper” is helpless, the chimney sweepers are very young and they are not able to defend themselves, their situation is very critical that even though at young age, they still try to stand on their situation full of hardships. Theme Innocence is one of the theme in The Chimney Sweeper, the innocence of the young sweepers can be seen in the poem, they can't even defend themselves. Also suffering, children in young age must be playong around but the young sweepers are suffering in sweeping the chimney. • THE LITTLE BOY LOST Word Choice The little boy lost consist of only two stanzas with four lines each, The language used is based on who is the one talking in the poem, and it is the little boy lost, the vocabularies that is used are appropriate to the character, because he is a child, the vocabularies are limited and didn't used a deep words, instead it only uses a simple and easy to understand words. The Rhyme scheme of the poem is ABCD. Sound…show more content…
The father in the poem depicts earthly pleasure thar if wwe continue to follow, we will only move closer to get lost. • THE LITTLE BOY FOUND Word Choice Like in the little boy lost, the little boy found have two stanzas which consists four line each, The rhyme scheme of the poem is ABCD, and it uses words that are easy to understand. Sound Devices Alliteration is shown in the poem, in the lines one and two have there is the sound of the letter “L”. “The little boy lost in the lonely fen, Led by the wand’ring light”. Figurative Language It has a figurative language, simile, wherein it uses the word “like” to compare the little boy to his father. It is in the fourth line in the first stanza. “The little boy lost in the lonely fen, Led by the wand’ring light, Began to cry, but God never nigh, 4Appeared like his father in white.” Tone Sadness, the little boy was sad because he is lost, it is said in the poem that he began to cry, the innocence of the child was shown because he didn't try to find his father, instead he just began to cry. Theme Love of the father, God hears the cry of the sad and weeping boy, so he appears in the image of the child's father and went to
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