The Rebel Poem Reference to Context

The Rebel Reference to Context

 

Reference:

 

These lines have been taken from the poem “The Rebel” written by D.J. Enright.

 

Context:

 

This poem deals with the attitude of a social rebel. Actually a rebellion is a manner to look different from others. Such a social rebel is neither dangerous nor vicious. He does not make the other people‟s lives miserable. He just wants to look different. Young dissatisfied people may behave like this. But the society should not have social rebels

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