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Theme of Concord Hymn

Summary: Explores the significance of Concord Hymn, a poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Describes how Concord Hymn depicts the time period of the American Revolution and its importance. Explains how Emerson's writing style suggests that this hymn holds importance and should be held to a higher standard than that of common text.
Patriotism and significance dominate the themes of page 99, but modestly and gratitude are important underlying ideas. The heading "The American Dream" is given meaning by the list of important figures that fought for just that. The hymn and colorful background combine to illustrate the importance of the American Revolution, and the pursuit of the "American Dream."

Many things illustrate patriotism. Initially one notices the background, which displays the stars and stripes of an American flag. The flag is also waving, as if flying in a light wind while raised at full mast, showing patriotism. Also, in the poem, Concord Hymn, by Ralph Waldo Emerson, there is a reference to the flag waving in the April breeze, giving a peaceful image of America's most recognized symbol.

The poem, Concord Hymn, was chosen for this page because it not only reflects on the hardships of the American Revolution, but it...

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