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"Song—To the Men of England""Land of Hope and Glory"Meter: Iambic PentameterRhyme: AABBMeter (Iambic pentameter, Iambic hexameter, for example)Rhyme scheme (use letters to identify the pattern)Meter: Both iambic tetrameter and hexameterRhyme: ABABCDCDMetaphor: “Ungrateful drones”Imagery: “weapon, chains, andscourge”.Hyperbole: "Go on. Keep killing yourself in the name of England. Don't fight for your rights; Dig your own grave."Poetic Devices:MetaphorImagery (vivid language describing the five senses)Hyperbole (exaggeration to support a point)Metaphor: “With potential to become mightier yet.”Imagery: Mightier, stern.Hyperbole: England as mother to the free."Tyrant""Drain your sweat"Dominant Words and Phrases "Land of Hope"To give lower class rights.Theme (author’s message)England and its people deserve freedom.The peasants were just given to the rich and noble people with no chance to move up in Historical ConnectionsEngland became a free country and a super power thissong is about the freedom