From the lesson 'Two Gentlemen of Verona', as the narrator, write a letter to your son on the lesson of love, faith and trust that you have learned from the two small boys of Verona.

Asked by tv2000in | 14th Apr, 2017, 08:09: PM

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The story The Two Gentleman of Verona is about two young boys working hard and taking up odd jobs in the city of Verona. The narrator describes them as diligent young men who never say no to ay work that comes their way.

The story is a fine example of how adversities help you become the strongest versions of yourselves. Humility and integrity go a long way in building character. One always wants to live and plan an enriching existence for oneself, but when one strives above and beyond duty to make someone else’s life better, that is when one has succeeded as a good human being. In the story, the two young men are ready to take up every job possible so that they can earn enough to treat their sister, who is suffering from TB of the spine. The post-war misery doesn’t dampen their spirits. Their hard times don’t distract them toward self-pity or don't entice them to choose uncivil ways of earning money. Their life is a good example of how hope conquers every obstacle in the way of someone who is optimistic of winning over everything. 

Answered by Snehal Naik | 16th Apr, 2017, 05:41: PM

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