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  1. No, he does not. According to him, peace and tranquillity should not be understood as utter lethargy. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet Summary of Keeping Quiet

    No, he does not. According to him, peace and tranquillity should not be understood as utter lethargy.

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

    The exotic moment refers to the silence and stillness. It will be a moment when there will be no rush and no materialistic work. We all would be speaking the same language (the language of silence) and thus we will be one. For the poet it will be an exotic moment. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet SummaryRead more

    The exotic moment refers to the silence and stillness. It will be a moment when there will be no rush and no materialistic work. We all would be speaking the same language (the language of silence) and thus we will be one. For the poet it will be an exotic moment.

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

    According to the poet, we will leave cutting the trees and thus destroying the environment. It will be a moment of stillness and silence. This silence will help us to realise what destruction we are causing to our environment. Hence we will be able to protect our environment. Play quiz on Keeping QuRead more

    According to the poet, we will leave cutting the trees and thus destroying the environment. It will be a moment of stillness and silence. This silence will help us to realise what destruction we are causing to our environment. Hence we will be able to protect our environment.

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

    The poet here refers to Earth which appears to be dead but later on alive. The nature (earth) looks still and dead. However, it keeps working patiently and slowly. Hence after some time, we are able to see change. e.g. a sapling grows to tree but we are unable to see the process of its growth. PlayRead more

    The poet here refers to Earth which appears to be dead but later on alive. The nature (earth) looks still and dead. However, it keeps working patiently and slowly. Hence after some time, we are able to see change. e.g. a sapling grows to tree but we are unable to see the process of its growth.

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

    According to the poet, searching for our inner-self i.e. soul is needed which can only be done in peace i.e. when we are still and silent. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet Summary of Keeping Quiet

    According to the poet, searching for our inner-self i.e. soul is needed which can only be done in peace i.e. when we are still and silent.

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

    The word engines symbolise automobiles which create air pollution and even noise pollution. They are the mark of modern civilisation which is based on the destruction of nature and environment. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet Summary of Keeping Quiet

    The word engines symbolise automobiles which create air pollution and even noise pollution. They are the mark of modern civilisation which is based on the destruction of nature and environment.

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

    Men will be together in a sudden strangeness when they will be quiet and still. They won't speak in their native languages which create barriers. They all will be silent and thus feel united. Hence it will be a sudden strangeness. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet Summary of Keeping Quiet

    Men will be together in a sudden strangeness when they will be quiet and still. They won’t speak in their native languages which create barriers. They all will be silent and thus feel united. Hence it will be a sudden strangeness.

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    The fisherman represents man's cruelty towards the nature. Fisherman kills fish for the sake of food and money. Play quiz on Keeping Quiet Summary of Keeping Quiet

    The fisherman represents man’s cruelty towards the nature. Fisherman kills fish for the sake of food and money.

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

    The fisherman and the man gathering salt symbolise human beings busy for earning bread and butter. On one hand, we have fisherman who is killing the animals for the sake of money and on the other hand, we have man gathering salt who is hurting his hands for the sake of money. In both the cases theyRead more

    The fisherman and the man gathering salt symbolise human beings busy for earning bread and butter. On one hand, we have fisherman who is killing the animals for the sake of money and on the other hand, we have man gathering salt who is hurting his hands for the sake of money. In both the cases they are not in peace.

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