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Q. Do you think that lost of childhood refers only to the fact that a child is not given the chance to be educated? ...
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A. It also refers to the fact that how poor lads are ill-treated in our society. In case of sahab, he was forced to serve for a tea stall on a very low income due to circumstances. Lost spring also... link
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Q. What is the theme of the story? ...
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A. The plight of street children forced into labour early in life and denied the opportunity of schooling. The callousness of society and the political class to the sufferings of the poor. link
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Q. State the Central Idea of the poem. ...
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A. Writer expresses the national shame: Children condemned to poverty and a life of exploitation. In this bleak world the author finds stories of resilience and fortitude. link
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Q. Do you think that lost of childhood refers only to the fact that a child is not given the chance to be educated? ...
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Q. 27) Through the story “The Lost Spring” highlights the depravity of child labour, yet it offers a ray of hope. Elaborate. ...
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