Which one of the following is also an A.J.Cronin novel?
Archibald Joseph Cronin (19 July 1896 – 6 January 1981) was a Scottish physician and novelist. His best-known novel The Citadel (1937) tells of a Scottish doctor in a Welsh mining village, who shoots up the career ladder in London.
What profession did the author give up to become a writer?
Name the mountain through which the narrator and his companion drove through?
What is the name of the narrator's driver?
How were the boys in the story dressed?
What fruits were the boys selling?
What was the age of Lucia in the story?
Which city is discussed in the story where the narrator and his companion drove to?
What do you mean by ‘demeanour as mentioned in the sentence “As we made the rounds,my interest was again provoked by their remarkable demeanour”.
From which place was the last bus going to come so that the boys were waiting on a windy and deserted square?
What do you mean by ‘tunic’ which was worn by one of the boys in the story?
How was the driver while warning the narrator not to buy fruits from the boys?
What do you mean by earnest eyes in the sentence ’Yet, gazing at the two dark earnest eyes’ ?
Where did the narrator and his companion stay in Verona?
What is the type of business the two boys were doing mentioned in the story?
What was the disease that the sister of two boys suffered from?
How far was Poleta from the two boys' workplace?
To which animals Jacopo compared as?
What was Lucia training as?
Why does the narrator call the two boys as gentlemen?