Chimney Sweeper- "Innocence"1.Does the speaker really think chimney-sweeping is a duty that children should do? Should Tom really be feeling happy and warm?This poem highlights ruthless abuse of kids amid the industrial revolution. Particularly, the speaker deliberately proposes that the practice has been generally well known not to legitimize the social bad form but rather to impart its degree. Tom's demeanor to every day errand shows seek after better living conditions on the off chance that he maintains a great character2.Why does the speaker devote so much time to Tom's dream? What does it tell us about these chimney sweepers?The fantasy speaks to a figment, an apparent reality whereby child abuse is the relic of days gone by. In addition, the fantasy is an image of seek after Tom. Despite the fact that the kids will in any case be presented to unforgiving working conditions in the morning, Tom can wake up chipper and confident for a superior future, regardless of the possibility that it is accomplished through an incredible give up.