What did the narrator want to do when the girl was standing near him?
In Riskin Bond’s ‘The Eyes Have It’, the narrator met a girl in his train compartment. The girl was standing close to him. He wanted to touch the hair of the girl because the perfume from her hair was tantalising.
Why is the story titled my financial career?
It indicates to readers how bankers then and even now are only concerned with the rich who come to bank their money and not the middle-class or the struggling poor. Leacock had 56 dollars upon him and went to the bank to save his money.
What did the narrator find so Tantalising about the girl when she stood near him?
Answer. The answer is given below : In Ruskin Bond’s ‘The Eyes Have It’, we come to know that the girl was standing close to the narrator and the perfume from her hair was tantalising.
Why are aunts called formidable creatures?
Answer. Answer: aunts ar called formidable creatures because they are dangerous for boys..
What made the narrator feel troubled and lonely?
What made the narrator feel troubled and lonely? Ans: The thoughts that he won’t get to hear the girl’s voice and laughter again made the narrator feel troubled and lonely.
What was the girl tired of the eyes have it?
The girl said that it was nice to be told that she had an interesting face and further said that she was tired of telling people she had a pretty face. I said that an interesting face could also be pretty.
Was the girl able to make out that the narrator was blind?
The girl also succeeded to hide her blindness. It was only after she left and another passenger came into the compartment that the narrator realizes the girl was blind.
How did the narrator know that the girl was wearing slippers?
Blind but a keen observer, the narrator was good at taking every perceptual stimuli from his surroundings. From his experience of sounds, he learnt that the girl who presently got into the compartment wore slippers from the sound of its back slapping against her heels.
What was the real reason for the girl not seeing the narrator?
Answer. Answer: The eyes were not useful to her because she was completely blind at that time. From the start of the journey the narrator pretended to the girl that he was not blind.
Why did the new passenger apologize to the narrator?
Answer: The new passenger apologizes to the narrator because he was not nearly as attractive a travelling companion as the one who just left.
Who did the narrator of the eyes have it think to be formidable creatures?
”The eyes have it all” is a story written by Ruskin Bond. This story is about the fear of death and facing reality. It shows how we are losing everything with the passage of time. According to the narrator, the aunt’ are formidable creatures.
What did the narrator say to the girl about her face was it a sincere compliment?
Answer: 1) the narrator said the girl had an interesting face because many of people said her about her beautiful face. 2) If it is a compliment about your behavior then ask yourself whether the behavior was appropriate to the circumstances.
What makes the narrator nervous at a bank?
when narrator entered in bank he got rattled because everyone in the bank was rattling him it makes him nervous..
What was the safe remark from the narrator?
How was it a “safe remark” ? Ans. The narrator had complimented the girl by telling her that she had an ‘interesting’ face. It was a safe remark because it could not create any misunderstanding or suspicion in the girl’s mind about the narrator’s intentions.
What could the narrator see in his mind’s eye?
What could the narrator see in his mind’s eye? Ans: – Though the narrator was completely blind at that time, he could see the telegraph post flashing by in his mind’s eye.
Why did the girl considered the narrator lucky?
Answer: The girl considered the narrator to be lucky in the story “the eyes have it” because according to her, the narrator would be able to enjoy the beauty of Mussorie Hills.
What did the narrator say when the girl told him that she will be getting off at Rohana?
The answer is given below : In Ruskin Bond’s ‘The Eyes Have It’, the narrator said “She would forget our brief encounter” and here ‘She’ is referred to the girl companion. The narrator met a girl in his train compartment when he was at Rohana.
What was the purpose of the narrator’s visit to the bank?
Answer. Answer: The narrator wants to open a bank account as he got salary hike of fifty dollars. For that he decides to meet the manager first as he has such an idea in his mind that if one has to open the bank account one has to meet the manager of the bank first.
What did the narrator say when the girl told him that she will be getting off at Saharanpur?
Answer. “I am getting off at Saharanpur. My aunt is meeting me there.” is in direct speech as it a direct convey of what the girl said.
Is the narrator somewhat cautious about not revealing too much about himself?
He provided no information about himself. Again when the girl asked the narrator about his being too serious the narrator changed the topic. The narrator actually expressed some of his inner thoughts without revealing much about himself for keeping the readers in the shadow of mystery.
How did the girl describe the narrator?
In Ruskin Bond’s short story ‘The Eyes Have It’ the narrator made this observation. He tried to flatter the girl who attended him as a co-passenger from Rohana. The narrator remarked that the girl had an interesting face. This very saying seemed to be a flattery.
What did the narrator normally experience when he visited a bank?
As soon as he sets foot in the bank, the narrator feels incredibly nervous. Everything about banks makes him feel jittery: the clerks, the sight of money, the little windows at the counters. Upon entering the bank, the narrator asked to speak to the manager privately.