Could anyone please help me with the early part of the introductory passage of this book? I just can't figure it out. How am I supposed to parse 'One memory lane two roads'? Is this as a whole the sentence subject? Does this mean 'Two roads that run in one memory lane'?
One memory lane two roads diverge in a yellow wood, and Archie chose the left one, walking into one of two futures for him 5 years from now, a future in which he marries the very rich Veronica Lodge! And eventually becomes the father of twins! But our story begins before Veronica's pregnancy as their marriage affects and changes the lives of their friends and families, too, leading Riverdale to 'Lodge --- a Complaint!' (Archie, The Married Life)