Who is the main character of the chapter 'The Portrait of a Lady'?
How did the grandmother look?
Which animal did the grandmother used to feed in the village?
The grandmother took to feeding sparrows in the city as she used to feed dogs in the village.
Why would grandmother accompany the author to his school?
What would the grandmother do in the temple on a daily basis?
Where did the author go to study in the city?
Why didn't the grandmother like music?
How did the grandmother spend her afternoon everyday?
His grandmother spent time with her spinning wheel. From sunrise to sunset she sat by her wheel spinning and reciting prayers. In the afternoon, she relaxed for a while to feed the sparrows. She was always getting surrounded by sparrows that were perching on her legs and shoulders.
What change came in the grandmother's evening schedule?
How did the grandmother react to her illness?
Who is the author of 'The Portrait of a Lady'?
How did the grandfather in the portrait hung on the wall look like?
When did the author's parents leave him with his grandmother?
What did the author eat for breakfast?
Where were the parents of the author?
What was the turning point of the friendship between grandmother and author?
What made the grandmother unhappy about the author's new English School?
How did the grandmother spend her time in the city?
She now lived alone in her room. She accepted her loneliness quietly. She was now always busy with her spinning wheel. She sat at her spinning-wheel reciting prayers. She hardly talked to anyone. In the afternoon, she would feed the sparrows. This was her only pastime.
What happened when the author moved abroad to study for five years?
What happened when the grandmother didn't pray for the first time?