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  1. There are six stanzas in the poem. Quatrains make up the six stanzas of this poem (four lines each). The poem does not, however, follow a standard rhyme pattern.   The Song of Freedom Summary

    There are six stanzas in the poem. Quatrains make up the six stanzas of this poem (four lines each). The poem does not, however, follow a standard rhyme pattern.

     

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  1. Tautology- The repetition of a phrase that means the same, using various terms. Eg. Lie and deceit are dead.   Repetition- Simple repetition of a word within a few syllables. Eg. Gone is repeated four times in the same stanza. The Song of Freedom Summary

    1. Tautology– The repetition of a phrase that means the same, using various terms. Eg. Lie and deceit are dead.

     

    1. Repetition– Simple repetition of a word within a few syllables. Eg. Gone is repeated four times in the same stanza.

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  1. The poem's central theme is the admiration and recognition of India's independence. The countries people must have confidence that no one would ever force us into slavery or captivity, according to the poet. He invites us to recognize everyone's contributions to the struggle for freedom.   TheRead more

    The poem’s central theme is the admiration and recognition of India’s independence. The countries people must have confidence that no one would ever force us into slavery or captivity, according to the poet. He invites us to recognize everyone’s contributions to the struggle for freedom.

     

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