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the three phases of the author's relationship with his grandmother before he left the country to study abroad

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, under The Portrait of a Lady ... by Soumya Shukla , added 8 years, 9 months ago comment

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The author’s relationship with his grandmother went through several changes with time. In the first stage living in a village with her, his grandmother took care of all the needs of the child. She was quite active and agile. It was her domain and she was the queen of her kingdom. In this period she was the sole unchallenged guardian, mentor and creator of the child.

The turning point came in their relationship when they came to city to stay with the author’s parents. In city, he joined an English School and started to go to school in a motor bus. Here the role of his grandmother in his bringing up was curtailed a little bit. Now she could not accompany him to the school. Despite taking lot of interest in his studies she could not help him in his lessons because he was learning English, law of gravity, Archimedes’ principle and many more such things which she could not understand and this made her unhappy. She found herself at loss as she could not change the things her way. She was dismayed and withdrew herself to some extent. Perhaps she had realized that in the makeover of the child, her role was finished and this very thought saddened her most.

After finishing school, the author went to university.

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After Finishing school ,the author went to university after which he was given a room of his own thus breaking the existing link of friendship
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0 for Q. the three phases of the author's relationship... answer added by Joseph Rebeirro 8 years, 7 months ago
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decribe the different phase of author's relationship with his grandmother?
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0 for Q. the three phases of the author's relationship... answer added by rahulkashyap 7 years, 7 months ago
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