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                                "THE LOST SPRING :STORIES OF STOLEN CHILDHOOD"
1. Why is the author’s advice to Sahab-e-alam to go to school hollow?
2. Is Sahab-e-alam hurt by the author’s failure to keep her promise of starting a school? Give a reasoned answer.
3.Why hasn’t Firozabad changed with time?
4.What does Mukesh proudly say that his house is being rebuild?
5.Why is Mukesh’s dream of becoming a motor mechanic significant?

Asked by Pranjali Tyagi 24th February 2015, 3:52 PM
Answered by Expert

Hi Pranjali, 
We can answer only one question at a time. Therefore, please post one query per question. 
We can provide you with the answer for the first question:
Q. Why is the author'’s advice to Sahab-e-alam to go to school hollow?
A. The author's advice to Sahab-e-alam to go to school was hollow because there was no school in his neighbourhood. 
Please try attempting the answers to the other questions and we will be glad to review them for you. 


Answered by Expert 24th February 2015, 6:21 PM
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