Segment One Honors Lesson 02_ Life in the Land of Hope and Glory 2.rtf

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01.02H Comparison Chart and Response QuestionsSavePrintUse 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 theMen ofEngland" "Land of Hope andGlory"A combination of trochaic and iambic tetrameterThis poem is written in AABB pattern. The poem has a smooth pattern that adds to the flow of the piece. Shelley’s use of questions helps add to the Meter (Iambic pentameter, Iambic hexameter, for example)Rhyme scheme (use letters to identify the pattern)Benson alternates between iambic tetrameter and iambic hexameter. The second stanza is written in ABABCDCD rhyme scheme. “Dear land of Hope, thy hope is crowned. God makethee mightier yet! On Sov’ran brows,
serious tone of the poem and shows how angryhe is over this subject. “Why shake the chains ye wrought?”beloved, renowned.”Shelley refers to the British Noblesas bees. “Wherefore, Beesof England, forge.”The last stanza says that if the people don’t stand up for themselves they should just dig their own graves.“Trace your grave, and build your tomb.”Poetic Devices:MetaphorImagery (vivid language describing the five senses)In the 2nd stanza, Benson refers to England as a mother. “Thine equal

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