When Tom awakens, he and the speaker gather their tools and head out to work, somewhat comforted that their lives will one day improve.
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Blake lived the final years of his life in poverty after opening up a print shop that eventually failed.
Blake claimed to receive "spiritual visitors" (i.e., ghosts, angels, etc.) throughout his life.In the earlier poem, a young chimney sweeper recounts a dream had by one of his fellows, in which an angel rescues the boys from coffins and takes them to a sunny meadow; in the later poem, an apparently adult speaker encounters a child chimney.However, the final stanza finds Tom waking up the following morning, with him and the speaker still trapped in their dangerous line of work.Still though, Blake believed that Robert's spirit would be in good hands, and even saw it rise up for joy.There is a hint of criticism here in Tom Dacre's dream and in the boys' subsequent actions, however.They decided not to have children; instead Blake spent time with her and the other members of his family, namely his brother Robert.There's little Tom Dacre, who cried when his head, That curled like a lamb's back, was shaved: so I said, "Hush, Tom!Young Tom is that of a sacrificial Lamb of God and when the speaker tells Tom to stop crying because he knows that the soot can no longer spoils his white hair, he is saying to Tom that once he makes his sacrifice, nothing else.However, he was still able to pay off his debts, with the help of John Linnell, who gave him assignments to do, namely make illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy.The Norton anthology of English literature (7th.).Of William Blakeu0027s u0022The Chimney.However, he lost his brother in 1787.He learned to read and write, and then enrolled in an art school at age.Songs of Experience: The Chimney Sweeper A little black thing among the snow, Crying weep!
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