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1. When was the speaker in the poem from Songs of Innocence "sold" into chimney sweeping? 2. What did the speaker in the poem from Songs of Innocence tell Tom Dacre that he shouldn't cry over? 3. What did Tom Dacre dream of?
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4. How did Tom feel when he woke in the morning? 5. The speaker in the poem from Songs of Experience was described as a black thing among…? 6. Where are the parents of the speaker in the poem from Songs of Experience? 7. Why does the speaker's parents believe they have done their son no injury? “The Little Boy Lost” “The Little Boy Found” “Father! father! where are you going? The little boy lost in the lonely fen, O do not walk so fast. Led by the wand’ring light, Speak, father, speak to your little boy, Began to cry; but God, ever nigh, Or else I shall be lost.” Appear’d like his father, in white The night was dark, no father was there; He kissed the child, and by the hand led, The child was wet with dew; And to his mother brought, The mire was deep, and the child did weep, Who in sorrow pale, thro’ the lonely dale, And away the vapor flew. Her little boy weeping sought. 1. In “Little Boy Lost” the little boy calls out in vain for his… 2. The time of day in “Little Boy Lost” is… 3. In “Little Boy Lost” the little boy weeps and then… 4. In “Little Boy Found” the little boy cries and then… 5. In “Little Boy Found” the little boy is led by 6. In “Little Boy Found” the little boy is led to
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