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What does the poet portray in the poem?
What does the poet compare the colour of walls with?
What do the faces of children in the slum areas reflect?
What is the Tree Room in the poem?
How can powerful people help the poor children?
“Far far from gusty waves these children’s faces.
Like rootless weeds, the hair torn round their pallor”: what do these words express?
What kind of look do the faces and hair of the children give?
Who is the unlucky heir and what has he inherited?
What does the expression 'Open handed map " show?
What kind of future do the slum children have?
Mention any two images used to explain the plight of the slum children.
What do the 'governor', inspector, visitor’ in the poem depict?
What does the expression 'Break O break open' suggest?
What does the poet show through expressions 'so blot their maps with slums as big as doom'?
What other freedom the poet wants the slum children to enjoy?