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1.How is this different from its companion in Songs of Innocence? Is this poem saying anything different, or just covering the same old ground?
2.Who does the chimney sweeper really blame for his woe? And why? Doyou think he's right?3.Why not just narrate this poem in the voice of the chimney-sweeper? 1.How does Hughes poem affect you? What is your emotional response to it? Why? 2.Explain the contrast that Hughes sets up in the poem3.What is the significance of eating in the kitchen? 4.What does the too of the title mean?