Do you think speak up is an effort of the poet to give voice to the voiceless? How?
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Yes, the poem Speak Up is certainly an effort of the poet to give voice to the voiceless i.e. poor Indians. In the poem, we get an idea that Indians were enslaved by British. They were locked in the jails and were subjected to harsh punishments.
The poem fills courage and fearlessness in their hearts so that they may be able to stand up and speak. The poet tells them that they can still use teir mouth, body and all its parts to struggle against the British. Hence they should speak up soon as the time is running away. We will achieve success if we keep our struggle alive.