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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The term "Hemingway code hero" refers to a hero of a work of fiction whose attributes are so exaggerated that he cannot be considered realistic. A hero is the main character of a story. But a hero is not necessarily a good person. Hemingway code hero is a term used to describe a hero with exaggerateRead more

    The term “Hemingway code hero” refers to a hero of a work of fiction whose attributes are so exaggerated that he cannot be considered realistic. A hero is the main character of a story. But a hero is not necessarily a good person. Hemingway code hero is a term used to describe a hero with exaggerated attributes.

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    The theme of the poem The Rebel is that rebels are an important part of our lives. They help us to see the things in a different way. They always depict different perspectives and hence bring colours to the society. Being a rebel we always stand out in the crowd. However we are not liked by others.Read more

    The theme of the poem The Rebel is that rebels are an important part of our lives. They help us to see the things in a different way. They always depict different perspectives and hence bring colours to the society. Being a rebel we always stand out in the crowd. However we are not liked by others.

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    The poem The Rebel does not have any particular rhyme scheme. e.g. the first 10 lines have following rhyme scheme. ABACDEDFGH Summary of The Rebel Quiz on The Rebel Video on The Rebel

    The poem The Rebel does not have any particular rhyme scheme. e.g. the first 10 lines have following rhyme scheme.

    ABACDEDFGH

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    According to the poet, the rebel does everything opposite to what others do. e.g. when others express their love for dogs, he praises cats and when others praise cats, the rebel praises dogs. When others desire rain, the rebel praises sunny day and when others welcome sunny day, the rebel longs forRead more

    According to the poet, the rebel does everything opposite to what others do. e.g. when others express their love for dogs, he praises cats and when others praise cats, the rebel praises dogs. When others desire rain, the rebel praises sunny day and when others welcome sunny day, the rebel longs for rain, and so on.

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    When others sit quietly in the class, the rebel make noise and creates disturbance. Summary of The Rebel Quiz on The Rebel Video on The Rebel

    When others sit quietly in the class, the rebel make noise and creates disturbance.

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    When everybody has short hair, the rebel grows his hair long. Summary of The Rebel Quiz on The Rebel Video on The Rebel

    When everybody has short hair, the rebel grows his hair long.

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    The poem The Rebel has same words in the ending. e.g. hair-hair, lesson-lesson, lovers-lovers, rain-rain, sun-sun etc. Summary of The Rebel Quiz on The Rebel Video on The Rebel

    The poem The Rebel has same words in the ending. e.g. hair-hair, lesson-lesson, lovers-lovers, rain-rain, sun-sun etc.

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