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THE LAST LESSON 1.Why was Franz tempted to play truant from school? A. The French teacher M Hamel was going to ask questions on participle which Franz had not prepared. To avoid being scolded he was tempted to play truant from school and spend the day out doors in a pleasurable manner. 2.What was unusual about the school that Franz noticed when he entered the school? A. On entering the school Franz noticed there was unusual silence. There was no usual bustle of opening and closing of desks. The village elders had occupied the last benches that usually remain empty. 3.Why was it the last lesson? How did Franz react to it? A. As the order from Berlin had come to teach German in all schools of Alsace and Lorraine there would be no French lesson form the next day M Hamel announced in the class. The announcement was like a thunderclap to Franz. He felt sorry for not learning French. The French books, which earlier were nuisance, became attractive. He felt he could not give up his French books. 4.What reasons did M Hamel give for their lack of interest in learning French? A. The lack of interest in learning French was due to the parents who wanted their children to work in farm or mill to earn, due to the students who were reluctant to learn and often put off the lesson for the next day and due to himself as he asked them to water the flower and gave them off when he had to go for fishing 5. Why does not M Hamel want the people to forget French? A. M Hamel wanted them not to forget French as it is the most beautiful and logical language and as long as they hold fast to their language it would be as if they had the key to the prison. 6.Describe how M Hamel conducted the last lesson. A. In his last French class though M Hamel was emotional he fully involved himself in the teaching learning process. He heard every lesson to the last sitting motionless in the chair. When the church bell struck twelve he stood up pale and wrote ‘Vive La French’ and with a gesture he communicated that the school is dismissed. LOST SPRING 1.Seemapuri a place on the periphery of Delhi yet miles away from it metaphorically. Justify this statement. A. Seemapuri the rag pickers shanty is just in the outskirt of Delhi but it is far away from Delhi so far as Delhi’s glitter and amenities are concerned. Here the squatters of Bangladesh who came after 1971 war live in structures of mud with roof of tin or tarpaulin. There is no sewerage, drainage or pipe water that Delites enjoy. 2.Through the years rag picking has acquired the ‘proportion of a fine art’ in Seemapuri. Justify the statement. A. The means of survival of migrants of Bangladesh in Seemapuri is rag picking. Garbage to them is gold. Like a fine art that has no end in appealing the sense of beauty the rag picker’s scrounging the garbage is a never ending process

..per month as he lost his freedom. 4.. but was somehow miraculously saved from the mouth of death 3...Does the rag picking mean the same thing for parents and children? Give reasons for your answer.. Saheb was not happy on getting a job in tea stall for a salary of Rs. The bangle makers are trapped in the vicious circle of middlemen and police....What thought of Roosevelt deeply impacted Douglas? How did the thoughts apply to his life? A. For children it is wrapped in wonders where as for parents it is the means of survival.. He taught him to put his face under the water to exhale raise above it to inhale.....M-9782145871 which provide them their daily bread day after day. 5.What had happened when Douglas was three or four years old? A...How did Douglas finally over come his fear of water? A... The thought of Roosevelt that there is terror in the fear of death had deep impact on Douglas. The instructor made Douglas a perfect swimmer by removing his fear of being drowned and teaching him swimming piece by piece in a period of three months. The misadventure was his being ducked by a big bruiser of a boy of eighteen in the YMCA swimming pool. 3..What was the misadventure of Douglas? How did it end? A.. THE RATTRAP 1.. A.. But later he brushed aside his fear by challenging it by the will to live and succeeded...800/..Why don’t the bangle makers of Firozabad organise themselves? A.How was the instructor successful in making Douglas a perfect swimmier? A.. He felt breathless buried in the water and was frightened..... There is no leader to help them out from their misery..... During the training he let Douglas swim back and forth of the pool tying him with a pulley.... Douglas over came his fear of water by challenging the fear itself and going for several round of swimming in the pool. He had experienced both the sensation of dying and the terror of the fear of death..Why was not Saheb happy on getting a job? A.Vinayaka’s Grukul... He lost his carefree look He was now no longer his own master. No.....What was the peddler’s philosophy about rattrap? Why did it amuse him? . DEEP WATER 1..... 5...When Douglas was three or four years old he was on the California beach with his father. He was drowned and nearly dying in the pool..... rag picking is not the same for parents and children.. 4...... He had to carry the stall owner’s steel canister in place of his bag. but his father laughed at him.. but finally the residual fear he over came when he went up to Tie ton to Conrad meadows and swam across the other shore and back of the warm lake as Doug Corpron used to do.... beaten and dragged to jail by police for doing something illegal.. If they organise a co operative they will be hauled up.... There the sea waves knocked him down and swept over him... They are the victims of greed and injustice.. 2.Hemender Sharma..

.. his cheeks are sunken and hunger gleams his eyes” and his resorting to begging and petty thievery to keep his body and soul together evoke reader’s sympathy 4.Hemender Sharma.Why was the peddler grateful to the ironmaster and his daughter? A. A.... I think the ironmaster was at fault because it was he who invited the tramp to his house for the Christmas thinking him to be his old acquaintance.....The reader’s sympathy is with the peddler right from the beginning? Is it justified? Give reasons.... The thought amused him because he has so far been selling rattrap.. and understanding....What were the conditions of sharecroppers of Champaran? A..... love. sympathy. Who do you think was at fault-the ironmaster or the peddler? Give two reasons... 5. but on knowing he was not his acquaintance he could not oppose his daughter’s decision to offer him Christmas cheer.. Till Gandhiji fixed a date he did not leave him rather he accompanied him wherever he went. As one is tempted to bait and touches it the door is closed and everything comes to an end like in a rattrap.. The peddler was grateful to the ironmaster and his daughter as they empowered him to release himself from the world’s rattrap through their selfless hospitality... The rattrap peddler draws reader’s sympathy because of his poverty. but not fallen in this world’s rattrap 2. The peasants of Champaran were tenants of British landlords.... The peddler’s philosophy was that the whole world is a rattrap with several baits in it. A.What kind of host was the old crofter? A.... He warmly welcomed the peddler as he got someone to talk to in his loneliness.......What made the British realise that the Indians could challenge their might ..M-9782145871 A. 3.... compassion... Gandhiji chided the lawyers for collecting big fees from the sharecroppers to fight their case in law courts..... INDIGO 1...... But when Indigo price fell due to synthetic Indigo developed in Germany the landlords obtained agreement from the peasant to pay them compensation which some of the peasants resisted and fought their case in court..Vinayaka’s Grukul... Rajkumar Shukla the Champaran-Sharecropper requested Gandhiji in Congress Session in Lucknow to fix a date to visit Champaran where the sharecroppers were subjected to injustice...... Gandhiji was impressed by his tenacity and determination and finally agreed to go there from Calcutta..Why was Gandhiji impressed with Rajkumar Shukla’s tenacity and determination? A.. Why did Gandhi chide the lawyers who represented the interests of group of sharecroppers of Champaran? A. He served him porridge for his supper and offered a pipe with tobacco roll to smoke and finally played with him mjolis till bedtime. The author’s description of his clothes and appearance like –“his clothes are in rags.... So his first priority was to free them from fear.. Under long term sharecropping arrangement they were growing Indigo on 15 percent of their holding and surrendering the harvest as rent to the British landlord... 4... The old crofter was an affectionate and generous host.. 3. He felt taking their case to law courts would do little good when they were so crushed and fear stricken. 2.

..What does ‘The God That Failed’ refer to? A...... ‘The God That Failed’ is a book of six essays by six eminent essayists that describe their journey to communism and disillusioned return. 5..... Despite the drawbacks of interviews they are supremely serviceable medium of communication.. The gang of nationally integrated make up men could turn any decent looking person into a hideous.. There is a playful and personal touch in it. We know about our contemporary celebrities and others through their interviews. 5. a director and a novelist.... The author’s conviction is that the prose writing is not and cannot be the true pursuit of a genius. recreated the mood and manner of the Devadasis of the early 20th century and played the subsidiary role better than supposed main players. persistent... The poet too after his speech looked baffled due to sheer incongruity of his talk 4. 2. Justify the statement..Interviews are necessary.. He composed many story poems in folk refrain... crimson hued monster with pancakes and locally made lotion and potion.Bring out gentle humour that the make-up room presents.Vinayaka’s Grukul.... He was a poet..... POETS AND PANCAKES 1..... 3.... an actor. 2.. Subbu was a many sided genius. It is meant for the patient. wrote a novel.. A prose piece is always rejected..... A.. The Englishman’s visit to the studio remained a mystery because neither they could know why an English poet visited a film studio nor they could understand what he spoke due to his accent.. which is a departure from his . A.... But the prose writer never bothers about rejection.Hemender Sharma. persevering drudge with a shrunken heart.... fighting their case and by obtaining the refund of compensation made to the British landlords who were behaving as lords above the law. They are an art and a source of truth. A.How did Subbu give direction and definition to Gemini Studio? A....What views does the author have about the prose writers? A.... The spontaneous demonstration around the courthouse by the peasants of Motihari on knowing that Gandhiji was in trouble was the beginning of their liberation from fear of the British which made the British realise that now the Indians can challenge their might. Eco’s non-fictional writing is not depersonalized and boring like his scholarly works.. He sends a fresh copy to another publisher with postage for return of the manuscript. Gandhiji made the peasants fearless by letting them know about their rights.Do you think Eco’s non-fictional writing style is a departure from regular style? Give reasons........ The book has allusive reference to the author who failed in getting recognition as a poet like the essayists failed in their journey to communism.... THE INTERVIEW 1. The make-up room once believed to be Clive’s stable had a look of haircutting saloon with incandescent light around half a dozen mirrors...Why is the Englishman’s visit referred to as ‘an unexplained mystery’? A...M-9782145871 hither to unquestioned? A..How did Gandhiji make the peasants fearless and self-reliant? A.

. 3.. Had she not met Casey she could not have felt pain when failed to make people believe her. Sophie had once met Danny Casey in the arcade. But Sophie’s father turned his head on his thick neck with an expression of disdain and ridiculed her..What does Eco think of the readers of his novel ‘The Name of the Rose’? A..Did Sophie really meet Danny Casey? A. Sophie dreams to have a boutique....Vinayaka’s Grukul. 2..M-9782145871 regular style. He learnt that there should be a narrative technique employed in scholarly writing that he later employed when he wrote novels at the age of 50. Geoff looked around Sophie abruptly with disbelief when he heard her meeting with Danny Casey..How is Jansie different from Sophie? A. Sophie thought when Geoff didn’t speak he was thinking of these places... wants to become an actress and fashion designer.Describe the reaction of Sophie’s family on her story.. It is contrary to what journalists and publishers think. The title is appropriate as Sophie the protagonist. The selling of 15 million copies of his novel ‘The Name of the Rose’..... as she knows that they are made for biscuit factory... Eco thinks that there are readers who don’t like ‘trash’ and like to have difficult reading experiences..... 3. He muttered something inaudible and dragged himself round in his chair called it a wild story. 5. They attained a special fascination for her simply because they were ‘unknown’ and beyond her reach.... 4.... But Jansie doesn’t want her to go on imaginary flights... She suspected ‘areas of his life’ about which she knows nothing and he never spoke.. ‘The Name of the Rose’ is a serious novel as it delves into metaphysics.. Jansie is practical and down to earth where as her friend Sophie lives in a world of dream and fantasy.. 5... But no one believed in her as she always fantasized about him..What did Eco learn at the age of 22 that he pursued in his novels? A.What makes ‘The Name of the Rose’ a serious novel? A............Hemender Sharma.... the wonder boy of football.a very serious work is testimony that readers don’t want easy reading experiences. 4. ...a teenager fantasizes and goes to places in her imagination in the story and Geoff’s ‘areas of his life’ which unknown to her holds a special fascination for her about which she romanticizes.What did Sophie think of Geoff who does not share his thought with anyone? A.......... When she gave the footballer’s detailed physical appearance he believed her..How is the title ‘Going Places’ most appropriate? A. A.. Eco learnt at the age of 22 that scholarly books should be written by telling the story of research.... theology and medieval history inspite of being a detective story at one level. When Sophie was looking at the clothes in Royce’s window Danny came and stood beside her.... Sophie thought of Geoff as grown up now.... GOING PLACES 1.

exhausted and depressed due to malnutrition..... The poet compares her sixty-six years old mother with late winter’s moon. There is a big gap between the world in which the slum children live and the world of the rich. What is the old familiar ache the poet felt? A....Hemender Sharma. They look grim..... The beautiful wall hangings cannot cheer them as . Inside the car the scene was inert and lifeless..Vinayaka’s Grukul. Their eyes shine like the rat’s eyes in their diseased body....... Their faces are pale and lifeless. 2.... In contrast the scene outside was full of life and energy with trees sprinting and children spilling out of their homes... What did the poet realise looking at her mother in the car? A.trunk. 4... She realised soon her mother would die and she would be separated from her forever An Elementary Classroom In a Slum 1.How was the scene outside the moving car different from the inside one? A..How does the poet describe her mother? A.. When the poet saw her mother’s face ashen like that of a corpse in the car she realised with pain that her mother has grown old and would die soon.... The poet has expressed his despair through the paper-thin boy who has inherited his father’s gnarling disease and his hope through the unnoted boy who sits on the last seat and dreams of squirrel’s game out side the class room in the tree. 3.......How has the poet expressed his despair and hope? A...... wan and dim like the late winter’s moon whose journey of life will be over soon.. weak.. The torn hair around their pale faces look like rootless weeds......... 2... The childhood fear and pain about the aging and inevitability of death gripped the poet seeing her mother’s failing health. The maps and pictures that decorate the classroom walls belong to the world of rich.. In her old age she has become pale..M-9782145871 My Mother at Sixty-Six 1.. Why don’t the maps and pictures have any relevance to the children of the slum? A........ The poet’s old mother has dozed off... 3.... They look ill....How do the children of the elementary school in a slum look? A. With her mouth slightly opened she was looking like a corpse..

... 3..... When we all will keep quiet it will be an exotic moment which will allow us to establish communion with our fellow beings and all other living beings at spiritual level....What is lovelier than the lovely tales heard by us? . The poet does not want the children to be cramped in classrooms with pictures donated by the rich that have no relevance to their living..What does the poet want for the children of the slum? A. The poet wants us not to speak in any language to introspect and know what we are about.. It is a perennial source of pleasure that ensures good health and quiet breathing. He wants no truck with death..M-9782145871 they are diseased and suffer from malnutrition and their future full of uncertainties.. 2. No.. 4..... The poet wants us to keep quiet to feel the strangeness of being quiet.. 3........... the sun..What makes human beings love life in spite of troubles and sufferings? A. the poet does not advocate it.Why does not the poet want us to speak in any language? A..... that brings relief in our painful existence.... the ferns and the daffodils bring happiness and reduce human’s sufferings.. How is a thing of beauty a joy forever? A.. In spite of troubles and sufferings human beings love life because there are some beautiful things that move away the gloom from the depressed minds. The beautiful things in nature like the moon.....know the meaning of our existence.. In fact he wants to live life full bloodedly....Vinayaka’s Grukul. 2.... But by advocating quietness he wants mixing of physical and spiritual aspect of life..... Does the poet advocate total inactivity and death by suggesting being quiet? A...... A thing of beauty is a joy forever as its loveliness increases through recollection and contemplation... get strength from the Sun and fight the social injustice.....Why does the poet want us to keep quiet? A.Hemender Sharma.. the trees.. rather they should be allowed to explore the world. Keeping Quiet 1.... Thing of Beauty 1. He wants every body to know his spirit and have spiritual contact with others for sometime for which no language is required..

...... Our earth which is the source of all beauty.. In the name of their economic upliftment if theatre and multiplexes are opened near their house...... but the real beneficiary would be the owner of the theatres and multiplexes. The rural people set up the roadside stand in front of their old house at the edge of the road to sell various country produce to have some income...What would happen to the village folks if they were made live near to the theatre? A..How did the village folk mar the landscape? A. The sad things become a source of beauty and pleasure when they assume the status of art. some even stop to inquire if they would sell gas.. they will only lose their sleep... Some motorists stop at the roadside stand to inquire about the produce.Why do some motorist stop at the stand? A.. 4.. Why is grandeur associated with mighty dead? A.. They keep for sale wild berries in wooden measurements and crooked necked golden squash with silver warts on their external side..Hemender Sharma... 2.. 5.. But unfortunately no one would purchase the farm produce...... Roadside Stand 1. The poet says that the contemplation of the reminiscences of the mighty person who are dead gives us same pleasure as we experience in contemplating beautiful things of nature. the fountain of immortal drink from heaven is lovelier than all lovely tales heard by us...... They marred the landscape by putting their pathetically pliable stand at the edge of the road. by putting signboards with words and letters written wrongly.. some for taking a back turn....... 4. A.. But their effort remained unsuccessful as no motorist from the city bothered to stop and buy their things... some to ask the route...... 5.What becomes of all lovely tales we have heard or read? A.... 3... They become an endless fountain of nectar and give us heavenly pleasure.M-9782145871 A....... All lovely tales that we have heard or read become a source of pleasure..What do they keep for sale in their shed? A.Vinayaka’s Grukul..........Why did the rural people set up the roadside stand? Was it successful? Give reasons. Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers .

men smoking cigars and talking quietly.Hemender Sharma.... 3. huge lawns and big trees whose branches roof the streets... In the third level the room was smaller... The lights were dim and flickering as they were open-flame gaslights.What did the narrator do the next day when the clerk in third level warned him? Why was his psychiatrist friend worried over his action? A... They are fearless. People sat out on their lawns.. When his psychologist friend learnt it he became worried and thought that the narrator’s ‘ailment’ could have created more problems. the women waving palm-leaf fans.... 3.. The Third Level 1.. there were fewer ticket windows and train gates.Explain ‘massive weight of Uncle’s wedding band’...What is so enigmatic about Sam Weiner’s disappearance and resurfacing in Galesburg? What could his ‘old business’ be? A. There were brass spittoons on the floor. The narrator states that Galesburg.. 4.Vinayaka’s Grukul.... He may have found Galesburg a good place and may have gone there . In the third level the clerk warned the narrator for tendering insufficient money for two tickets to Galesburg. A...... Summer evenings were twice as long. 2..... Sam Weiner’s disappearance and resurfacing in Galesburg may be due to the narrator’s insistence on the existence of third level. Illinois is a wonderful town with big old frame houses..... The next day the narrator withdrew his entire money from the bank and bought old-style currency to buy tickets. Aunt Jennifer wanted to be chivalric like the tigers. They are not afraid of the man beneath the tree. The information booth in the centre was wood and old looking....... The wedding band symbolizes the ordeals of married life... They move elegantly with brave style and confidence which is opposite to Aunt Jennifer’s character who is meek and finds difficult to pull the ivory needle from the wool and on whom the responsibility of married life weighs heavily............... The man in the booth wore a green eyeshade and long black sleeve protectors. To give an expression of freedom to her subdued self she embroidered the prancing tigers that were proud and unafraid. How are they different from her? A...... Aunt Jennifer’s embroidered tigers prance across a green screen.......How was the third level different from the second level? A. Aunt Jennifer is tied down by the constraints of married life. which affected his mind..M-9782145871 1..Why do you think Aunt made the tigers that were proud and unafraid? A.... 2.Describe Aunt Jennifer’s tigers.How does the narrator describe Galesburg. but was stifled by the institution of marriage. Illinois? A.

... Therefore....What caused the death of the Maharaja? A...What did the Maharaja do when he stood in danger of losing his kingdom in refusing the British officer permission for tiger hunting? A. He thought it to be incredible that the baby raised an intelligent question –to know about the manner of his death....... A toy-wooden tiger-the hundredth tiger killed the Maharaja. The prophecy of the chief astrologer came true... 5. The bull and tiger are enemies.. 4......... It caused a suppurating sore that spread all over the arm.. This cost the Maharaja three lakh rupees.. death to him shall come from the Tiger. He was operated but died Journey to the End of the Earth ....What do you think does ‘the third level’ stand for? A..How did the chief astrologer react to the tiger king’s question about the manner of his death? How did the tiger king take it? A. “Let tigers be ware!” 2...... But she kept all the rings and thanked the Maharaja for the gift. The astrologer told that the prince was born in the hour of the bull........What plan did the Maharaja think of to fulfill his vow to kill hundred tigers after the tiger population became extinct in his state? A. The silver quill on the wooden tiger pierced his hand when he was plying with it on the crown prince’s third birthday....... But why the narrator couldn’t find it again though the psychiatrist found out is highly enigmatic. It may be narrator could overcome his escapist’s tendency where as the psychiatrist fell in it. 3... The Maharaja obtained some fifty expensive diamond rings of different designs from a British Jewellery Company in Calcutta and send them to the British officer’s good lady expecting her to choose one or two rings and send the rest back...Vinayaka’s Grukul.M-9782145871 5..... THE Tiger King 1. all his wealth and property would be confiscated.. but his kingdom was saved... The tiger king growled...Why was it celebration time for all the tigers inhabiting Pratibandapuram? A.. When the tiger population became extinct in his state the Maharaja planned to marry a girl of royal family of a native state with a large tiger population so that he would kill the remaining thirty tigers in the sate of his father –in-law when he visits that......Hemender Sharma.I think the third level stands for the escapist’s world -away from the world of worries. There was a celebration time for all the tigers inhabiting Pratibandapuram because the state banned tiger hunting by any one except the Maharaja and a proclamation was issued to the effect that if any one dared to fling a stone at a tiger.... When the baby barely ten days old opens its lips in speech the chief astrologer was wonderstruck. anxieties and tension..

.. He knew the man would die if not tended medically. which nourish and sustain the entire South Ocean’s food chain...How did the servant express their displeasure? A. It was the best epiphany. South Africa may drift off to join North America... according the author.... One feels like walking on a giant ping-pong ball here. 2....celled plants use the Sun’s energy to assimilate carbon and synthesise organic compounds in the important process called photosynthesis..Why all earthly sense of perspective and time are lost in Antarctica? A. The captain decided to turn around and instructed them to walk on the ocean.. While walking on the ocean they saw underneath their feet 180 metres of living. desolate and at the bottom of the world... 4. he rescued him to give medical treatment.... The Enemy 1. They stopped working..... The microscopic phytoplanktons are the grasses of the sea....... Then humans had not arrived on the global scene.. He loses all earthly sense of perspective and time.....M-9782145871 1. Dr Sadao could not put the wounded man back in the sea even though he was an enemy because he was a Doctor and the foremost duty of a doctor is to save life.. These single.... Crab eater seals stretching and sunning themselves on the ice floes like stray dogs under a banyan tree. Six hundred fifty million years ago in place of present day Antarctica a giant amalgamated southern super continent ... breathing salt water..... In a million years India may push northwards.. This would be against medical ethics..What are the microscopic phytoplanktons? How are they important in the food chain and photosynthesis? A.. In Antarctica there is no human markers like trees...Why didn’t Dr Sadao put the wounded man back in the sea even though he was his enemy? A.Hemender Sharma...... did exist in place of Antarctica six hundred and fifty million years ago? A. Yumi refused to wash the white man. but became watchful as long as a .What was the best epiphany that occurred in the Antarctic journey? A.. The Drake Passage may open up to create a cold circumpolar current.. billboards and buildings....... So. 3... The climate was much warmer. The servants did not like the idea of helping an enemy.What is that thing that can happen in a million years and would be ‘mindboggling’? A.Gondwana existed Things were quite different then. There was a huge variety of flora and fauna. 2.....What. jamming against Asia to buckle its crust and form the Himalayas.Vinayaka’s Grukul. 5.. Antarctica may remain frigid. Their vessel got wedged into a thick ice-stretch....

.....Decribe the wizard’s room..How did Jo react to Jack’s storyline? A...... covered his blond head and let him go.. Then gave him his own little flashlight to signal for food.Hemender Sharma. The wise owl would ask him to go to the wizard who would finally solve Roger’s problem. 2. 4... The story is a great lesson of peace..... 3. fellow feeling and humanism. Roger would go to the wise owl whenever in trouble........ Jo did not agree with Jack’s version of the story in which Roger Skunk’s mommy hit that wizard right over his head for changing Roger Skunk’s smell.. Hanna nursed the man herself. The stories that Jack used to tell Joe were the slight variation of the basic tale about a small creature usually named Roger....How did Roger Skunk’s mommy react when he smelling ‘roses’ went home? A. bottled water and two quilts.... She got angry and with Roger went to the wizard and hit his head with an umbrella....What message does ‘The Enemy’ give? A....What does Jack actually want Jo to know and understand in the story? A..... Smelling good or bad is immaterial against the . She also told him that he would be soon strong.. love.. Roger Skunk replied that the wizard had made him smell like that.. The wizard’s room is a white house over the crick....What did Dr Sadao do to send off the man? A. He put food. When he was getting ready to face some fearful eventuality she told him not to be afraid of anything. Should Wizard Hit Mommy? 1.. sympathy. ‘The Enemy’ gives the message that humanism transcends all man made prejudices and barriers.Vinayaka’s Grukul. As soon as it was dark Dr Sadao dragged the stout boat down to the shore. gave him Japanese clothes.. 5... Then she knelt and fed him gently from the porcelain spoon.What was usually the basic storyline of the tale that Jack told Jo almost daily? A. Inside it are all magic things all jumbled together in a big dusty heap as the wizard did not have any cleaning lady. 5... Jack actually wants Jo to know and understand that parents always love their children as they are....M-9782145871 white man was harbored there. Here Dr Sadao upholds the ethics of medical profession in treating an enemy.. He medically examined the man.. A....... When Roger Skunk smelling ‘roses’ reached home his mommy asked what was that awful smell.. 3....How did Hanna show her human side to the wounded man after the operation? A... 4.. Instead she wanted the wizard hit Skunk’s mommy and did not change that little Skunk’s smell back.

. as they will be tired of soon. He instills confidence in Derry..... Evans was a young. One may see beauty in a thing...... He curses his handicap..... Lamb instilled courage in him to live life as it is.. Due to his burnt face Derry had withdrawing attitude. He had escaped thrice from the prison for which he was known ‘Evans the Break’. Lamb tells Derry there are plenty of things to stare at and if people look at their handicap they should not mind.......Vinayaka’s Grukul. Lamb tell about himself? A... Lamb inspite of himself? A... Lamb and Derry though both have physical deformity perceive things differently. They are not afraid of him because he is not afraid of them... Lamb tells that he is old and has a tin leg. A.. He is never bothered about his old age or tin leg as life has many more things to offer.What is it that draws Derry towards Mr.. 4.. is afraid of people’s stare at him. He holds a positive attitude to life. Evans Tries an O-Level 1. He wants him to understand the world and see the difference by watching and listening due to these qualities Derry is drawn towards Lamb. He has a tin leg but that does not stop him from making friends 5. Children call him Lamey Lamb but he does not mind. He cited his own example. 2... but still they come to his garden..... Mr.What kind of a person Evans was? A..... She understands what she sees around. But this thing is Jo’s beyond understanding. 3.M-9782145871 natural biological bond...... Justify the statement.What does Mr.. but not beyond that...What do you think the play ‘On the Face of It’ is all about? A.. Mr... There are people like Lamb who finds way to live inspite of their disabilities.... It is play about frustration. beauty and beast. Children tease him calling LameyLamb.. a motivator and a patient listener. Lamb is a good inspirer. Beauty or ugly depends upon individual’s perceptions.How does Derry’s attitude change? A.Hemender Sharma.... On The Face of It 1. He was not a violent short of a person..... On seeing Derry he neither asks anything about his face nor does he look disgusted rather he makes Derry feel comfortable with his burnt face.. ..It’s all relative.... loneliness and sadness of the physically disabled persons. It is about their suffering due to criticism by some unscrupulous people which is shown by Derry.. Mr. He was quite a pleasant person and was a star at the Christmas concert... clever prisoner.. But Lamb a lame person changed his attitude.. but to another it may be a beast.

How had Zitkala – Sa been subjected to extreme indignities? A.M-9782145871 2... The Governor. After conducting the examination the governor heaved a sigh of relief. The entertaining novelties like the performing monkey. She was just like one of animals driven by a . Since the day she was taken from her mother Zitkala had suffered many indignities... She was stared at and tossed like a wooden puppet... 5.Why was the narrator taking an hour or half to reach home instead of ten minute? A..... Her long hair was shingled like a coward’s. Later truth came to light that Evans had stayed as injured McLeery 4.. In her pain when she cried for her mother no one came forward to comfort her. A photocopied sheet had been superimposed over last page of the question paper with the plan and instruction which helped track Evans. marathon cycling.Hemender Sharma.. 2.Vinayaka’s Grukul. 3.. but could not contact as the line was engaged..... But criminals like Evans can hoodwink the authorities and escape punishment as long as the officials are slow and lack alertness and wit. Then he heard the invigilator announcing the correction which sounded genuine. What were the precautions taken for the smooth conduct of the examination? A. But their relief was short lived as they found Evans had escaped from the prison injuring McLeery....... A microphone was fitted in the prison cell where the examination was to be conducted. A special invigilator was arranged.... He applied his own knowledge of German which he had studied up to sixth standard and was convinced that it was about the agreement of adjectives.......What helped the prison officers track Evans? A......... Why was the sigh of relief short lived after the examination? A.... The German question paper helped... senior prison officer Jackson and officer Stephen were put on duty...... For smooth conduct examination various precautionary measures were taken. The narrator was taking an hour or half to reach home as she used to watch the roadside fun and games... it is a battle of wits between crime and punishment.. All sharp instruments like razor nail scissors were removed.....Do you agree that between crime and punishment it is mainly a battle of wits? A. street play or puppet show used to pull her stand still on her way back home........What did the Governor do to find out about the correction slip? A... The governor immediately dialed the Examination Board Office. If the government and law enforcing officials are vigilant crime can be detected and criminals can be booked.. dried fish stall by the statue of Gandhi.. snake charmer’s display of snake. 6. Yes. Memories of Childhood 1.....

Why did Bama study so hard? A..... Bama saw an elder carrying a packet containing food with its string and without touching the packet gave it to the landlord... 4. Bama’s brother who was studying at a University told her because they were born in a low caste they are deprived of honour and dignities....What did Judewin tell the narrator? What was the effect? A......an untouchable........ So.... She hid herself under a bed in a dark room.............. He advised her to study and make progress to throw away the indignities.How did Bama come to know about untouchability? A..... She found it funny and told her elder brother about it... But the narrator had learnt from her mother that the enemy cut the hair of the unskilled warrior when they are captured and among their people mourners wear short hair and cowards shingled hair... Judewin who could understand a little English informed the narrator that the strange woman intended to cut their long hair.. she decided to resists.M-9782145871 herder.. 3... Her elder brother told her that the man who handed over the food packet was a low caste. The words of her brother left a deep impression in her mind and she studied hard. 5....Vinayaka’s Grukul..... Then she came to know about untouchability.............. .Hemender Sharma....

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