Hog Butcher also means for the city, are capitalized, as if they are titles like Doctor, or Professor. It’s a city known not just for butchering, but also for its harvesting of wheat, its industry, and its importance to the cross-country railroadsLine 6- In these lines the speaker tends to a progression of reactions of the city took after by solid pictures from the speaker’s own particular experience which outline the reactions. Line 7- The city’s mischievousness is exhibited by its whores that degenerate guiltless young men, its warpedness by executioners that go unpunished, and its severity by the appetite found in the characteristics of its ladies and youngsters. Line 8- Here the speaker progresses the exemplification of the city started in the main stanza by straightforwardly tending to it as “you” and furthermore by ascribing the human characteristics of fiendishness, screwiness, and severity to it. Line 9- Now in the sonnet Sandburg movements to any longer queues and a more expressive utilization of dialect, in part to emulate the conversational dialect of the immediate address, yet in addition as an approach to build the beat and vitality of the lines.Line 10- Here the speaker proceeds with the twofold reference to the “you” of the ballad, depicting it as a “city and lifted head,” as a town and as a man. This is then trailed by various positive descriptive words with which the speaker endeavors to adjust or even abrogate whatever negative conditions may exist in America’s cutting edge urban areas. Line 11- Albeit battling with work and drudge, the speaker states that Chicago, “tall and striking against the little delicate urban areas,” is superior to littler, maybe kinder urban communities. Line 12- As a last motion before the lyric moves back to a concentrated, short-lined rundown, the speaker fortifies the cleverness and survival capacities of the city notwithstanding hardship. This is finished with the utilization of analogy, a wonderful procedure that looks at two not at all like things to offer further knowledge or portrayal. Line 13-17- Here Sandburg moves back to the rundown frame which giving specific accentuation to the words in these lines and furthermore abating the pace of the ballad. This rundown depicts the city, attracting a correlation with a worker. Lines 18-22- With line 18 the ballad moves in the direction of the assumption that will take it to its end. This is a sentiment celebration even in the exhaustion and soil of workfound in the all inclusive image of giggling. in line 21 the speaker of the ballad combines the individual and the mutual by asserting that under the city’s ribs lies “the core of the general population.” This could be viewed as a binding together motion similarly that the prior rundown of workers was merged into an aggregate city.Line 23- In the last line the ballad proceeds with this idea of giggling, authorizing the positive tone of the closure of the sonnet. The chuckling leads into a rundown of appellations precisely like that toward the start of the sonnet.