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The crofter was very talkative and friendly with the peddler because he was a lonely man and lived alone in the cottage. He had no wife or children. So he was happy as he had someone to give him company.
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Political agitation is a form of political protest, resistance and contentious behaviour. The political agitator is often fundamentally disenchanted with certain actions or inactions of the political class, and he seeks redress to them in means acceptable to him.
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The author has used the device of irony in order to highlight the satire on the conceit of those who are in power. The king is portrayed as an extremely conceited person from the very beginning of the lesson. A ten-day-old infant pronounces the words 'Let tigers beware!' and challenges to prove the prediction made by the State astrologer wrong. His killing of more than seventy tigers within a period of ten years ,bringing the entire species close to extinction and marrying a royal princess, just for the sake of his convenience of killing more tigers in her father's kingdom, exercising his authority to punish or levy tax on people, flaunting his richness by sending about fifty expensive diamond rings to the British officer's wife and spending three lakh rupees on the jewelry, show his conceit. He does nothing for the sake of the people in the capacity of a king.
With reference to the lesson, yes, we can say that the people in power to take advantage of their status and hence the people under their influence suffer. The less influential or the common people cannot raise their voice against the injustice meted out to them just like the king's minions.
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Dr. Sadao's father wanted him to become a doctor and knew that the future existed overseas. Therefore, during their walks he told Sadao that the islands yonder were the stepping stones to the future. Sadao knew well that his education was his father's chief concern for which he had taken great pains. Consequently, Sadao was sent to America at the age of twenty two to gain all the knowledge that he could gain. Though it was a fact that Dr Sadao's father hated Americans, the sole motive behind his decision could be the lure of technologically advanced medical studies available in America. He may have wanted his son to get trained in the best environment and according to the latest medical development.
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When Hana noticed the deep red scars on the American soldier's neck, she worriedly hoped that he had not been tortured by the Japanese. She knew it was a common practice for the Japanese to torture their prisoners of war in the most brutal manner. This also reminded her of General Takima, who used to beat his wife. The thought of General Takima, who was cruel to his wife, torturing the prisoner made her shudder with fear.
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