The Tiger King by Kalki revolves around the king of Pratibandapuram who was blind in power therefore met his end tragically. Actually when he was born, the child was declared as champion of champions, warrior of warriors & hero of heroes by the astrologers.
Sophie always dreamt of being a fashion designer. Moreover, she wanted to open her own boutique. Jansie always discouraged her because they both belonged to poor families and were earmarked for biscuit factory.
Indigo is an apt description of Gandhi's typical style of politics and how he made Champaran (A small district of Bihar) free from the atrocities of the Britishers. At the outset, the narrator (Louis Fischer) narrates his brief meeting with Gandhi ji in 1942 wherein he had discussed the urge of Britishers' departure from Champaran.
The Rattrap by Selma Lagerlof sheds light on human’s loneliness and its dire consequences. It revolves around a rattrap seller who roams here and there in order to sell his rattraps which he makes by begging the material from the farms. Besides, he often remains involved in begging and petty thieveries for his survival.
Lost Spring is an excerpt taken from one of the books written by Anees Jung wherein she shares her experience with two child labourers namely Saheb and Mukesh who are deprived of their aspirations and other basic requirements and necessities of their lives. Apart from that, whe highlights the hazards of working as a child
The Last Lesson revolves around the narrator of this chapter who wants to spend his day out of doors listening to chirping of birds and looking at Prussian soldiers drilling. Besides, he is feared of being reprimanded by his French teacher as he has not gone through the rules of participles given as homework by