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Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 1

Where has the story been set up?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 1 The story is set amidst the mines of Sweden, rich in iron ore, which figure large in the history and legends of that country. The story is told somewhat in the manner of a fairy tale.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 2

What is the message of the story?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 2 Rattrap deals with the issues of human loneliness and the need to bond with others. Not only the peddler but also other characters like the crofter, the ironmaster, and Edla emphasize this fact. The peddler's conscience had left him because he had been lonely in his predicament, for a long time.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 3

Why does the peddler knit up various kind of thoughts?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 3 The rattrap peddler was a very poor man as his earnings are very low. He has to resort to petty thievery and begging to make both ends meet. He is alone in this whole world and leads a miserable life. So he starts knitting up various kinds of thoughts.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 4

Why did the peddler have to take shelter?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 4 The Peddler was a vagabond, who went around selling rattraps. One day, as he was simply thinking about his own rattraps, he was struck by the idea that the world was a big rattrap. The riches, food, joys and shelter served as baits to tempt people just as a rattrap offered cheese or meat to tempt rats.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 5

What does the metaphor Rattrap in the lesson signify?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 5 The story conveys a universal message that the essential goodness in a human being can be awakened through love, respect, kindness and understanding. It highlights the human Page 2 predicament. Material benefits are the traps that most human beings are prone to fall into.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 6

From where did the Peddler get the idea of the world being a Rattrap?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 6 The peddler had been thinking of his rattraps when suddenly he was struck by the idea that the whole world was nothing but a big rattrap. It existed only to set baits for people.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 7

Why did Elda bring the Peddler to her house for Christmas cheer?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 7 His philosophical attitude towards life is changed and he turns out to be a reformed man. At her father's request, Edla brings the peddler to her house for the Christmas Cheer since her father has considered him to be his old aquaintance of a regiment.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 8

Why did Edla have doubts about the Peddler?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 8 When Edla went to the iron mill to fetch the peddler, she noticed that he was frightened. She had doubts that the peddler had stolen something or had escaped prison. His appearance and behavior also left her in doubts whether he was actually an educated man, as claimed by her father.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 9

Why did Crofter show 30 Kronor to the Peddler?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 9 While talking with the peddler about his means of income, the crofter told him that his cow was the only source of income and in the previous month, he had received thirty kronor by selling her milk to the creamery. So, the crofter showed the thirty kronor to the peddler.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 10

From where did the Peddler get the material to make rattraps?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 10 The peddler went around selling small rattraps of wire. He used to make them himself at odd moments from the material he got by begging in the stores or at big farms. However, his business was from profitable and so he would have to resort to both begging and petty thievery from time to time.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 11

When does the ironmaster realise his mistake?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 11 When the ironmaster saw the stranger after he was truly clean and well dressed, he realized his mistake. The valet had bathed him, cut his hair and shaved him.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 12

Why did the Peddler feel like stealing?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 12 After stealing the crofter's money, the rattrap peddler did not think it proper to walk on the public highway. The rattrap peddler thus thought that he had indeed fallen into a rattrap from which he might not be able to escape.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 13

How much money had the peddler stolen from Crofter?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 13 The crofter had taken out and stuffed thirty kronor in the presence of the peddler. Both left in the morning. After half an hour, the peddler returned, smashed the window, pane and stole thirty kroner from the pouch.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 14

What was the Peddler's profession and who he was?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 14 The rattrap peddler was a tall man who had his own, imagination and meditation. Instead of flowing some goodness in him, he had the human weakness of petty thievery and begging to keep his body and soul together. He wore rags and hunger gleamed in his eyes. He went round selling self-made small rattrape of wire.
Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 15

Why did the Peddler decline the invitation?

Detailed Solution for Test: Rattrap- 3 - Question 15 The peddler declined the invitation of the ironmaster to go to his house. He had stolen thirty kronors from the house of the crofter who lived in that area. He was afraid if the ironmaster would came to know that he is a thief and then the police might arrest him. So, he declined the ironmaster's invitation.
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