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

    The central idea of the poem The Quarrel is that quarrels are common among young siblings and they take place on daily basis. But, wise is the one who seeks forgiveness even after knowing that the other is wrong. Here in the poem, we do not know who exactly was wrong, but poet’s brother asks for forRead more

    The central idea of the poem The Quarrel is that quarrels are common among young siblings and they take place on daily basis. But, wise is the one who seeks forgiveness even after knowing that the other is wrong.

    Here in the poem, we do not know who exactly was wrong, but poet’s brother asks for forgiveness because he cannot live in bad mood and separate from his sister. So he asks for forgiveness and the poet forgives her and considers her wise.

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    Another title of the poem "The Quarrel" can be "Forgiveness is a Boon". Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    Another title of the poem “The Quarrel” can be “Forgiveness is a Boon”.

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

    No, the poet does not remember the exact reason of quarrel. According to her something happened which led to something else and the quarrel took the ugly turn. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    No, the poet does not remember the exact reason of quarrel. According to her something happened which led to something else and the quarrel took the ugly turn.

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

    They kept quarrelling with each other and soon it become strong and took a serious turn. Both considered the other wrong. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    They kept quarrelling with each other and soon it become strong and took a serious turn. Both considered the other wrong.

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

    The brother of the poet came to her and said that they can't live like this the whole night. Hence she should forgive him. So it was the brother who took the first step and the poet forgave him. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    The brother of the poet came to her and said that they can’t live like this the whole night. Hence she should forgive him. So it was the brother who took the first step and the poet forgave him.

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

    In the start, the quarrel was slight and not serious. However at the end, the it become strong and took ugly turn. Both hated each other and considered the other wrong. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    In the start, the quarrel was slight and not serious. However at the end, the it become strong and took ugly turn. Both hated each other and considered the other wrong.

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

    It means that the quarrel was not serious when it began. However as they kept arguing and quarrelling, it took an ugly step and they started hating each other. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    It means that the quarrel was not serious when it began. However as they kept arguing and quarrelling, it took an ugly step and they started hating each other.

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    The line "the start of it was slight" means that the quarrel was not serious when it began. It was probably normal argument. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    The line “the start of it was slight” means that the quarrel was not serious when it began. It was probably normal argument.

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    "We" refers to the poet and her brother in the poem The Quarrel. Read summary of The Quarrel Play quiz on The Quarrel Poem

    “We” refers to the poet and her brother in the poem The Quarrel.

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