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Jim, the narrator : Jim loves to brood. His thoughts are philosophical. He comments On life. He says that people are not satisfied with what they have and they yearn for something they don’t have. He thinks how after three or four hundred years the commonplaces become ancient pieces of art. The description of the oak stairs in the old houses reveals his love for history. The description of natural scenery shows his love for nature. The description of everything has an element of humour.
Harris : Harris narrates about the maze at the Hampton Court. He gets lost and fails to find the way out. But he offers to lead others who, too, have failed to find the way out. He is boastful by nature and his boasts land him into trouble.
It is late spring and their journey takes them to historical places. The narrator is reminded of a magnificent carved oak staircase in one of the houses of Kingston. Jim narrates the story of a school boy who loved studies. Harris narrates about the maze at the Hampton Court.