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

    The poem was inspired by poet's visit to the bird sanctuary in Bombay. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    The poem was inspired by poet’s visit to the bird sanctuary in Bombay.

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

    Jade-green gipsy parrots pause their sunward flight to plunder ripe figs. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    Jade-green gipsy parrots pause their sunward flight to plunder ripe figs.

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

    Birds like the bulbul and the oriole, the honeybird and Shama flit among high boughs which drip with nectar and with dew. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    Birds like the bulbul and the oriole, the honeybird and Shama flit among high boughs which drip with nectar and with dew.

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

    Birds that chirp in the dawn are referred to as winged choristers in the poem. They include amber, ebony and fawn. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    Birds that chirp in the dawn are referred to as winged choristers in the poem. They include amber, ebony and fawn.

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    Melodious carols coming out of throats of birds like amber, ebony and fawn cause magic tumult in the garden. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    Melodious carols coming out of throats of birds like amber, ebony and fawn cause magic tumult in the garden.

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    The poem The Bird Sanctuary is addressed to The Master of Birds i.e. God. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    The poem The Bird Sanctuary is addressed to The Master of Birds i.e. God.

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    Imagery refers to figurative language used by the poet to create a picture in our mind. In the poem, the poet uses various types of imagery. e.g. Visual Imagery: It creates a mental picture. The poet uses visual imagery ample of times, e.g. "gull parades its sea-washed silver", "The hoopoe and the kRead more

    Imagery refers to figurative language used by the poet to create a picture in our mind. In the poem, the poet uses various types of imagery. e.g.

    1. Visual Imagery: It creates a mental picture. The poet uses visual imagery ample of times, e.g. “gull parades its sea-washed silver”, “The hoopoe and the kingfisher their bronze and sapphire blue”, “silken down and slender banyan twigs”, “the jade-green gipsy parrots”, “red ripe figs”, “sun-ward flight “, “Wild gray pigeons”.
    2. Auditory Imagery: It involves explain things, ideas and actions using sounds. e.g. “quiet garden”, “magic tumult”, “the festival of Dawn”, “carols in richly cadenced rapture”, “lyric throats of amber, of ebony and fawn”.
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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Metaphorically, birds refer to humans on Earth in the poem The Bird Sanctuary. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    Metaphorically, birds refer to humans on Earth in the poem The Bird Sanctuary.

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    the birds are singing and enjoying freedom while living in the sanctuary in the poem The Bird Sanctuary. Summary of The Bird Sanctuary Quiz on The Bird Sanctuary

    the birds are singing and enjoying freedom while living in the sanctuary in the poem The Bird Sanctuary.

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