SEGMENT_1_HONORS_LESSON_02_LIFE_IN_THE_LAND_OF_HOPE_AND_GLORY.docx

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"Song—To the Men of England" "Land of Hope and Glory" Meter: Iambic Pentameter Rhyme: aabb Meter (Iambic pentameter, Iambic hexameter, for example) Rhyme scheme (use letters to identify the pattern) Meter: iambic tetrameter and hexameter Rhyme: ababcdcd Metaphor: Bees of England Imagery: Wherefore, Bees of England, forge, many a weapon, chain, the forced produce of your toil? hyperbole: Drain your sweat -nay, drink your blood? Poetic Devices: Metaphor Imagery (vivid language describing the five senses) Hyperbole (exaggeration to support a point) Metaphor: mother of the free Imagery: stern/mighty Hyperbole: God, who made the mighty, make mightier " Tyrant" "Drain your sweat" Dominant Words and Phrases "Land of Hope" To give the lower-class rights. Theme (author’s message) England and its citizens deserve freedom.
The peasants were slaves to those who were rich Historical Connections The story is based in England Response Questions Use complete sentences and textual support for each response.

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