English Honors 1.02.rtf - 01.02H Comparison Chart and...

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01.02H Comparison Chart and Response Questions Use textual support from the poems and your reading in this lesson to fill in the left and right columns of the chart for both poems. "Song—To the Men of England" "Land of Hope and Glory" Trochaic, iambic tetrameter AABB Meter (Iambic pentameter, Iambic hexameter, for example) Rhyme scheme (use letters to identify the pattern) Iambic tetrameter, iambic hexameter ABABCDCD Imagery Poetic Devices: Metaphor Imagery (vivid language describing the five senses) Hyperbole (exaggeration to support a point) Metaphor, hyperbole Tyrants, drones, bees of England Dominant Words and Phrases Well and long, equal laws, freedom Exploitation of British laborers Theme (author’s message) England’s history
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Slavery Historical Connections England’s history of fame Response Questions Use complete sentences and textual support for each response. 1. In eight to 10 sentences, compare the “Bees of England” metaphor in Shelley’s poem to the metaphor of England as “Mother to the Free” in Benson’s poem.
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