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Reality - Lost Frequencies. Masha Allah. Thank you sir Shahid. I am thankful to you because you are such a God gift for such a kind of students who cannot prepare their B. A out of home. They were mal treating the poor Indians. One day, Ustad Mangu comes to know about the imposition of new constitution on the 1st April. He thinks that English will leave on that particular day. But, to his astonishment nothing happens like this. In his frustration, he has a row with a Gora and beats him.
In the result, he is arrested. In short, this scuffle shows that Mangu is real representative of poor Indians who wanted to get freedom at any cost while Gora sahib represents the authorities, not willing to give any hope of freedom to common man.
Or How was Mangu disillusioned about the new constitution? This scene is actually ironical, because it did not actually happen as was expected by Mangu. But, he had to face the consequences just because of his ignorance. As Ustad Mangu was an uneducated and simple fellow, he could not judge the new act.
He anxiously waited for the 1st April and at last it came. He got up early in the morning, decorated his tonga and went out on the road in the search of some change. But, everything had the same old outlook. He was expecting the new constitution as something like some famous leader, who would come out among the crowd of people and police. Then, he found the same Gora with whom he had a row last year.
He had abused Mangu in drunken state. The Gora wanted to go to the bazaar of dancing girls, for which Mangu demanded five rupees. Mangu flared up and attacked the Gora with merciless blows. The Gora shouted for help, two policemen came and Mangu was arrested. There is new constitution, understand.
What new constitution? It is the same old constitution you fool. By John Steinbeck Introduction: The story is about a poor family. This family is living a miserable life, yet they are quite contented with it. In short, the story highlights the contentment of poor people in a very artistic style. Breakfast presents the picture of a poor family willing to work happily for a little better living.
Or Wealth does not produce real happiness; it is purity of living which produce happiness. Discuss with reference to this story. Or Hospitality does not require a heap of wealth; it is a matter of heart. This family is living in natural surroundings and is leading a contented life.
He happens to meet them one morning. He is walking slowly among the mountains and sees a tent nearby. He goes near it and realizes that a poor family is living there.
A young lady is nursing a baby as well as making breakfast. As fire is burning, the writer went near it to get some warmth. The scenery there was really marvelous.
In the meantime, a young man along with an old man comes out of the tent. They are wearing dungarees. They stand still for a while and enjoy the morning light of the sun. Suddenly, they see the writer and greet him. Soon, the lady gives them breakfast.
The young man thanks God and Christ for blessing them with such a food. The old man invites the writer to have breakfast with them to which he readily agrees. They even thank God several times while eating which moved the writer. They tell the writer that they are working in cotton fields and having good time for last 12 days. They offer the writer to work with them in cotton fields.
But, the writer thanks them for their offer and. In the end, it can be said that though the poor family is living a miserable life, yet they have no signs of frustration among them. They are happy as they have adopted the habit of contentment. Moreover, it shows that hospitality does not require heaps of wealth, it is matter of heart. In short, wealth does not bring peace in life it is purity of living which produces real happiness.
What does it means? Or Why was writer so excited at the end of the story? This story is basically about a poor family who are living a miserable but contented life. These very words which are spoken by the writer at the end of the story clearly show his respect and affection for that family.
Moreover, these lines also show that he saw something charming there. Actually, it was natural surroundings and contented life of the poor family which makes him to say this.
These lines have some symbolic meanings as well. Moreover, the hospitality and sincerity of the poor family makes a pleasing effect on the writers mind. Do you think that simplicity and purity in living have any place in our rushed life? Or What idea does the writer give about true happiness? How can it be easily achieved? Or Does the story teach any moral lesson? Though the members of that family are living a poor life, they have no complaints or resentment against anybody.
They thank God even for a. This story also gives an idea of true happiness and its achievement. Moreover, it shows that in this age of materialism living such a contented life is really worth praising. We learn from the story that simplicity and contentment are keys to true happiness. However, it can only be achieved by adopting simple ways of life. Artificiality in life actually hampers the real beauty. The poor family is happy because they have adopted habit of living a contented life.
This is the idea of true happiness and moral of story, which the writer wants to convey through this story. How does the family behave with the writer? Like the answer of QNo1. By Bernard Malamud Introduction: She, after the death of her husband, makes great efforts to earn livelihood for herself and for her two daughters. But, she refuses every offer made to her in the form of charity, even it is offered by a close friend of her husband.
Did Rosen take pity on Eva or loved her? Do you feel that he loved her? There are two main characters in the story; Rosen, a sympathetic salesman and Eva, a lady full of self-respect and confidence. After his death Rosen advises her to take insurance money and leave that place. But, she ignores his advice and tries to improve the condition of her business. However, all her efforts end in smoke and she is left with nothing. He again asks her to do some job but she refuses again. Then, he proposes her, considering that marriage will bring some comfort in her life.
But, she rejects this offer also. Now, Rosen starts sending her 20 dollars with a fake name, in return of a loan taken from her husband. But, she does not accept it also.
Now, he writes a will, leaving everything for Eva and her daughters and tries to commit suicide. But, police save him. However, one day when he is telling this whole story to his friend, a knock is heard outside the window.
His friend opens the window. Rosen is shocked to see Eva standing outside the window with open arms. But, Rosen considering it too late shuts down the window to show his resentment. In the end, it can be said that it is story of self respect and determination as Eva tries her level best to improve her condition and does not accept help of anybody.
Moreover, all the efforts of Rosen to help Eva show that actually he is not making charity but he loves Eva. Or Are you satisfied with the end of the story? This story ends in a very enigmatic and perplexing manner, leaving much for the reader to think.
The last scene of the story is, when Rosen sees Eva standing outside of the opened window with open arms. Actually, Rosen is telling his whole story to his friend, when his friend suddenly opens the widow. Rosen is shocked to see Eva standing there outside with open arms.
But, it is too late for Rosen. Being insulted so many times, now he has repulsive attitude for her. It was he, who sincerely tried his best to help her. But, she in her over confidence rejected his all suggestions and efforts. In short, the end of the story though is a bit enigmatic and perplexing, yet is quite justified.
Or Eva is representative of dignity, honour, self depending and never bending anyone for charity. Eva is the central figure of the story. Her behaviour throughout the story is quite confusing for the reader.
Rosen tries his level best to help her, but she, in her over confidence and firm faith in her hard work, refuses all his efforts.
Her determination and courage is really praiseworthy. But, she in her over-confidence rejects all offers of help, even of kind hearted Rosen. Though, she realizes her mistake in the end, but it is too late for Rosen and he rejects her. In the end, we may say that Eva is an embodiment of courage and determination but her behaviour with Rosen shows that she is a bit selfish, egoist and adamant by nature. Rosen represents a sympathetic and humanistic point of view. By nature, he is very sympathetic, sincere and loving person.
When he feels that Eva is not ready to accept his help, he even proposes her for marriage. He considers it a possible way of improving her miserable condition. When, he fails this time also, at last, he prepares a will. Now, leaving everything for her and her two daughters, he tries to commit suicide. However, all his efforts to help Eva show that he is sympathetic and sincere fellow. He has great love and respect for her.
But, she ignores everything and even does not hesitate to insult even such a nice fellow. Though, in the end she realizes her mistake, yet it is too late for Rosen and he rejects her. To conclude, it can be said that Rosen is a sincere and lovable person. He represents a sympathetic point of view and it will be unjust to say that his attitude towards Eva was selfish and debased.
The story is a tussle between two noble passions, sincerity and self-respect. Or What kind of moral lesson do you get from the story? By reading the whole story, we are greatly impressed by the sincerity of Rosen and self-respect and firm resolution of Eva. On the other hand, we also learn the lesson that one should face the circumstances bravely, how much unfavorable they may be, as Eva did. We should also have these two passions, without any hidden motives. Rosen made a lot of sincere attempt just to help the poor family.
Similarly, Eva rejects all his offers of help just because of self-respect, not because of her ego. So we can see a little bit of a tussle between these two passions. But, at the end, sincerity triumphs over self-respect. In short, we can say that these two passions are the outcome of the whole story.
By Oscar Wild Introduction: Though, the story is written in a fairy tale atmosphere, yet it describes bitter realities of life.
However, it is more than just a fairy tale.
It gives us a serious lesson that the main purpose of man in life is not to serve himself alone, but to serve humanity also. What do you think? Or When The Happy Prince was alive he did not know the meanings of weeping, but after death he sacrificed everything and burst into tears. The story is full of such details that can happen in a fairy world only. The story is about a Prince, who led a life of comfort when alive.
He does not know anything about the harsh realities outside the palace. However, after his death his statue is erected on a high column in the centre of the city. From that high place, the Prince can watch the miseries of the poor.
Hence, he is not happy anymore and weeps all the time. One day, a Swallow happens to sit between his legs and by chance a tear fells on it. It asks the Prince the reason of his weeping.
The Prince tells him his entire story. After knowing the reason, the Swallow decides to help the Prince. The prince asks it to give the ruby of his sword hilt to a poor woman, whose child is suffering from fever. The Swallow does the same and the Prince is happy to see its result. Next morning the Prince stops the Swallow again and asks it to give the sapphire of his one eye to a poor dramatist. It does as is asked by the Prince. The next day, the Prince gives the sapphire of his other eye to a poor match selling girl.
Now, the Swallow realizing that the Prince has blinded himself for suffering humanity decides to remain with him. It distributes all the gold leaves of his statue among the poor. In winter, it cannot bear the cold and dies. Now, the statue is in a bad condition, the mayor of the city orders to remould the statue into his own statue.
When the statue is melted, the lead heart does not melt. Hence, it is thrown on the heap, where the dead body of the Swallow is already laying. Later the God asks His angels to bring two most precious things of the city. The angels take the broken heart and the dead Swallow. God really praises them for their choice. In the end, it can be said that love and sacrifice are the saving forces. Apart from that all the details given by the writer can only happen in a fairy tale.
In short, the writer has tried to highlight the modern age and its bitter realities. The Happy Prince though dead, is still helpful to the suffering humanity.
The happy Prince is the main character of the story. He led a happy life when he was alive. After his death his statue is erected on a high column in the center of the city. Now, he can watch the miseries of the poor people. He is no. His statue is all covered with gold leaves and costly stones are fixed there in place of his eyes and on sword hilt. With the help of a Swallow the Prince distributes all the leaves of his body, the costly stones of his eyes and sword hilt among the poor.
In this way, he blinds himself for the suffering humanity and at last his statue is melted. The Swallow also tries its level best to help the happy Prince in his that sacred mission. To conclude, it can be said that the Happy Prince seems to have a sensitive heart. His sacrifices are symbol of doing something for suffering humanity.
In this way, though dead, he is still helpful for suffering humanity. Swallow also has a lot to do in propagating the main theme of the story. The writer has used it as a helper of the Happy Prince. One day, it happens to sit under his feet and a tear fells on it. She comes to know about the reason of his weeping. It is quite impressed with the behaviour of the Happy Prince. Though, it has to go to Egypt, but it decides to remain with the prince to help him in his sacred mission The Swallow gives away the costly stones of his body to the poor.
It distributes also the leaves of his body among the needy and the poor. Though, it knows that the snowfall is going to begin, it sacrifices its life for the sake of suffering humanity.
The angels take its body along with the lead heart of the Happy Prince to God, considering it the most precious thing of the city. Hence, Swallow has to do a lot in propagating the main theme of the story. What was the result of the sacrifices of the happy Prince and the Swallow?
Or It is true that sacrifice of wealth; health and life win pleasure of the God? From the answer of QNo1. Towards the end of the story, the mayor of the city calls the Happy Prince little better than a beggar. The whole story is full of satirical elements. One of them is lust for reputation. At the end of the story, when the mayor comes where the statue of. He says this because he wants that his own statue should be now fixed in the place of the Happy Price. Here, now the writer wants to criticize human beings lust for reputation, when the councilors begin to fight that their statue should be fixed there.
Here the writer is totally justified in his satire. When the prince was alive and had gold all over his body everyone liked him, including the mayor who portends of having an artistic taste. Actually, he is not so but only pretends. Now, when the prince looks drab, the mayor says that he is little better than a beggar just to show that he has an artistic taste. By James Joyce Introduction: This story presents a conflict between the world of dreams and realities.
In short, this story teaches the reader to observe the world with open eyes. Or Anguish and anger of disillusionment are outcome of the whole story. The story is about a young boy, who is living with his uncle and aunt. He plays with his friend at the back of the street.
Now, he starts living in the world of dreams. Moreover, he does not get a chance to express his love to her and if he gets one, he does not have courage to do so. Incidentally, one day she meets him in the street. She asks him, has he seen Araby bazaar? In excitement, he promises to go there and bring some gift for her. After that, he starts dreaming about bringing gift for her, and hence, getting a chance to express his love to her. Though, his uncle gives him permission to go to bazaar on week end, but the uncle forgets to come home soon on that day.
The boy waits for him all the day. But, the uncle reaches home at 9. The boy gets frustrated, he gets just a florin and reaches bazaar at about 9. Up till that time the bazaar is almost closed. Moreover, he is not left with much money to buy something, as he has spent some money on transport and some on entrance fee to bazaar. He stands outside a stall of vases for some time, thinking about his helplessness.
He is feeling disgusted at the wash out of his dreams. In the end, it can be said that the story combines in itself the world of realities and unrealities. Moreover, it shows a conflict between the subjective feelings of a boy and objective realities of the world. What were the feelings of the young boy about his beloved? This story presents love of a young boy for a girl. He falls in love with the sister of his friend. Initially, he could not understand what it really meant.
He used to watch her walking and talking to others. The boy, just beginning to feel the charm of youth, was getting mad in her love. He even wept for her love, but did not have courage to face her. Her personality was like an obsession for him. He often tossed all the night in his bed, dreaming about her physical beauty. He also lost interest in his study and girl became the only object of his life. Such was intensity of his love for girl. But, actually, he was living in the world of dreams and illusions.
In short, though the boy was living in a dream world, yet his love for the girl was very much sincere. Or Does the boy represent the feelings and aspirations of every young boy? The young boy is the hero of this story. In fact, he is typical representative of young generation of modern society. He, like all young boys of his age is very passionate and sentimental. He simply watches her movements and physical beauty. By chance, he meets her and promises to bring a gift for her from Araby bazaar.
He reaches the bazaar late and faces the disappointment and anguish of his life. His visit to bazaar proves futile, as he is unable to fulfill his promise with the girl. At that moment, he comes to know that the real world is quite different from the dream world.
In fact, the young boy is real representative of his own class, who are ignorant of the bitter world outside. They are simple and innocent people, hoping their dreams would come true in this world. In short, the young boy do represents the feelings and aspirations of every young boy.
Edger Allen Poe Introduction: He is known as one of the originators of detective stories. His stories are often full of horror, terror and psychology abnormalities. This is story of a murder of an old man by a murderer and then his arrest. Why and how did the narrator of the story confessed his crime?
Or How was the murderer caught? It was in fact his inner voice from which no guilty person can escape. The narrator of the story planned and executed the murder of the old man with great care and cleverness. For seven nights, he failed to complete his plan. He went mad.
He carefully collected the blood into a tub. When, he had finished his work, there was no sign or clue of the murder, in the room.
Just then, he heard a knocking at the street door. He opened it himself with light heart. He told them that it was he who shrieked in the dream. They seemed satisfied that nothing foul had been played in the building. As, he sat chatting with them pleasantly, he heard sound of a beating heart coming from the place where the dead body was buried.
None of the police officer seemed to hear it. At last, he could not bear it more, started behaving strangely and confessed his crime. How and why did the hero of the story kill the old man? The killing of old man by the hero of the story cannot be justified. He killed the old man just because; he did not like his vulture like eye.
When, he is. He said that the old man never wronged or insulted him. Whenever, he saw it, his blood ran cold. He waited for old man to sleep. Then, thinking that the old man might have slept, he threw dim light on him. To his great horror, the old man was sitting with his eye open. He got furious. He dragged the old man on the floor and pulled the heavy bed over him.
The old man shrieked only once and then died. In this way the hero killed the old man very cleverly. Do you think that the hero was suffering from some kind of psychological disorder? It is horrible to think that he killed the old man just because he did not like his vulture like eye. It was better for him that if he did not like his eye just not look at it.
The events of 8th night are more horribly described. On the eighth night, when the murderer opened the door, he felt that the old man was awaking. After that a long period of anxiety followed. The murderer waited for old man to sleep. To hear a little noise, the old man tried to console himself that there might be some wind in the chimney or some mouse crossing the floor.
After a long painful waiting the murderer thought that the old man might have slept. In short, there is horror in every detail of the story. Matilda is central character of the story.
She herself tells that there is a very narrow margin between safety and disaster. In short, she is punished for her vanity. This is a story of a clerk named Loisel and his young beautiful wife Matilda. Matilda loved fine clothes and expensive jewelry. She could not buy these things but nothing could stop her from dreaming about them, and making her life miserable. He hoped that it would make her happy. But, she refused to go, because she had no fine dress and jewelry. Her husband bought her a new dress.
She borrowed a beautiful necklace from a rich friend, Madam Frostier. At party, she was greatly admired by the men of high social status. She danced with prominent and rich men. It was the happiest night of her life. When, she returned home with her husband, they discovered that the necklace had been lost. Loisel borrowed thirty-six thousand francs from friends and money lenders.
They brought a new necklace and gave it to Madam Frostier. Now, the husband and wife began working hard to pay back their debt. Matilda had to do all domestic work herself. Loisel had to work part time. Hard work told upon their health and they grew old before time. It took them ten years to pay the debt. Then one day, Matilda met Madam Frostier by chance. She told her the story of her misfortune. Or Write a character sketch of Matilda. Matilda is the heroine of this short interesting story.
The story is a fine work of G. He has shown that how vanity may ruin the whole life of a person. Matilda was a very pretty and charming young lady. But, she was very vain and proud. Though, she was born to a poor family yet dreamt of palaces, jewelry and luxury life. She was of the view that God had done injustice with her by placing her in a poor family.
She was fond of parties. Matilda was not happy by marrying with a poor clerk. She had to live in a small apartment, but always dreamt of palaces. Her poverty always had tortured her and she was not satisfied with her position. She had a desire that people should worship her as a Princess. But Matilda had to pay very heavily for her pride and vanity. To conclude, it can be said that the character of Matilda makes one thing very much clear that whether it is east or west, ornaments are weakness of women all over the world.
Write a note on Mr. Loisel, husband of Matilda. Loisel very much, yet we do find little hints about that poor man. Loisel is a short stature man of simple taste. He is a petty clerk in the Ministry of Education. He knows his social status and is contented with it. He has no ambitions and dreams, and does not run after shadows.