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

    "Where Do All the Teachers Go" is an interrogative sentence. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    “Where Do All the Teachers Go” is an interrogative sentence.

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    Following poetic devices have been used in the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go: Symbol: In the poem the poet used the word "green" for vegetables. Alliteration: It is the use of the same sound at the beginning of words that are close together". e.g. they wash their", "make mistakes", "put it in aRead more

    Following poetic devices have been used in the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go:

    1. Symbol: In the poem the poet used the word “green” for vegetables.
    2. Alliteration: It is the use of the same sound at the beginning of words that are close together”. e.g. they wash their”, “make mistakes”, “put it in a poem”.
    3. Enjambment: It is the continuation of a sentence or clause across a line break. e.g. “Where do all the teachers go When it’s four o’clock?”.

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

    "Green" refers to vegetables in the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    “Green” refers to vegetables in the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go.

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

    The poet wonders so because he considers the teachers quite different. He probably thinks that teachers have different life and different ways of living. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    The poet wonders so because he considers the teachers quite different. He probably thinks that teachers have different life and different ways of living.

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    The poet wants to know about Teachers in the poem Where DO All the Teachers Go. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go  

    The poet wants to know about Teachers in the poem Where DO All the Teachers Go.

     

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

    The poet plans to follow one of the teachers back home to find out what do they do. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    The poet plans to follow one of the teachers back home to find out what do they do.

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

    The poet is concerned about dirty clothes because he easily gets dirty and is punished for that. The poet wonders if the teacher also used to make his dress dirty (when he was young). Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    The poet is concerned about dirty clothes because he easily gets dirty and is punished for that. The poet wonders if the teacher also used to make his dress dirty (when he was young).

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    The poet wants to know where the teachers go at 4 o'clock because he thinks that the teachers is a different being with different life style. Read summary of Where Do All the Teachers Go Play quiz on Where Do All the Teachers Go

    The poet wants to know where the teachers go at 4 o’clock because he thinks that the teachers is a different being with different life style.

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

    The theme of the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go is that the teachers should not treat the young students harshly. It affects their childhood. In the poem, the speaker is an innocent child who is probably punished for various mistakes which he commit. This makes him to think that teacher is differRead more

    The theme of the poem Where Do All the Teachers Go is that the teachers should not treat the young students harshly. It affects their childhood. In the poem, the speaker is an innocent child who is probably punished for various mistakes which he commit. This makes him to think that teacher is different and he would have led a very different life than his own.

    Often the teachers expect too much from the children and punish them for violating the rules. the poet criticises this behaviour of the teachers.

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

    In the poem, the speaker is a young child who is often beaten for making mistakes, for not eating green vegetables and for making his dress dirty (and many other things). Hence, he wonders whether the teacher led a different life than his own because he thinks that the teacher would never had done aRead more

    In the poem, the speaker is a young child who is often beaten for making mistakes, for not eating green vegetables and for making his dress dirty (and many other things). Hence, he wonders whether the teacher led a different life than his own because he thinks that the teacher would never had done anything like him. This is why the child decides to follow the teacher back to home to see how he lives.

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