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Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 1

Who has written On The Face Of It?

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The play entitled, “On the Face of It” written by Susan Hill deals with the issue of the disabled people. People discard the disabled person as a useless limb and refuse to accept him as a part and parcel of society. It makes him feel alienated from the human society and he wants to live in seclusion.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 2

What were Derry and Mr. Lamb victims of?

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Mr Lamb and Derry both were victims of physical impairment. Mr Lamb had an artificial leg made of tin and Derek had a scarred face.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 3

What unites Mr. Lamb and Derry?

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The bond that unites Mr. Lamb and Derry is the loneliness and alienation they experience on account of their physical disabilities.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 4

How did Derry enter the garden?

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Derry gets into his garden not to steal or pick up apples. He enters in it there because he likes the place and thinks it to be empty. He enters the garden by climbing over the garden wall though the gate is always open.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 5

Why didn’t Mr. Lamb feel hurt by children's comments?

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Children called him “Lamey-Lamb” because he had lost his one leg in a bomb explosion. It did hurt him. But he says that it does not hurt him because he has only one leg and Lamey-Lamb suits him. Thus, there is no harm in calling him Lamey-Lamb.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 6

How did Mr. Lamb use the apples?

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Mr. Lamb grows crab apples in his garden. He usually uses a ladder and a stick to pick the apples when they are ripe; then, he makes jelly with them.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 7

Why did Derry share his fear with Mr. Lamb?

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Mr. Lamb inspires Derry by telling him not to focus on the shortcomings of life and his handicap and instead he should try to enjoy the blessings of life. He tells him to be thankful to God for two arms, two legs, two eyes and ears, a tongue and a brain and advises him to be friendly with everyone around him. Mr. Lamb’s inexplicable words of wisdom inspire Derry and towards the end of the story we see him rushing back to Mr. Lamb’s garden to adopt the attitude and path that have been shown by him. Derry’s long conversation with Mr. Lamb helps him overcome his inferiority complex and poor self-esteem.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 8

Which story did Mr. Lamb narrate to Derry?

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According to the old man there are plenty of things to stare at. These include crab apples or the weeds or a spider climbing up a silken ladder, or his tall sun-flowers. All of them are beautiful and ‘growing’. Derry is surprised at the mention of ‘things’. Mr Lamb tries to convince him that it is all relative. Then he mentions ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 9

How did Derry burn his face?

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Both Derry and Mr Lamb suffer from physical impairment. Derry has one side of his face disfigured and burnt by acid. The old man has a tin leg because his real leg got blown off during the war.
Test: On The Face Of It- 1 - Question 10

Why did Derry develop an inferiority complex?

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Derry is a young boy of fourteen who has developed inferiority complex due to his burnt face. So he has withdrawn himself and avoids the company of people. He is unable to save himself from the tantalising remarks of the public. He wants loneliness and seclusion.
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