Hunger By Nasira Sharma Essays

  • Small Pain in My Chest Essay

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    LESSON – (Prose) Hunger Grade – IX Session – not yet part of the POW Cover page – Illustration - Picture of Nasira Sharma Objective - 1.To sensitize today’s youth about the poor living below the poverty line in India 2. To appreciate the style of Indian writing in English Introduction – TL – A busy market in India TL – An old man and woman getting ready for selling his produce in the market TL – A poor lady

  • Hunger Essay

    1273 Words  | 6 Pages

    you can mention and substantiate on their main characteristics as well. - Conclude with how “God lives in the panch” emerges as one of the didactic stories. 2. The main theme of the story “Hunger” by Nasira Sharma is the dismal struggle of human beings with poverty and hunger. Discuss this in depth with close reference to the story. Also discuss the role played by Kasim and Rizwan in the story. **Note: While you research, some of the reference material may talk about the story with

  • Bdiuagiud Essay

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    Respective Subject Teachers Submission Date: June, 2nd week (unless otherwise specified by the teacher) STD X PROJECT/ ASSIGNMENT GUIDELINES GROUP 1 Subject: ENGLISH LITERATURE / LANGUAGE PROSE Page 1 & 2- Write the summary of the story ‘Hunger’ by Nasira Sharma and also bring out the theme of the story. Page 3 & 4- Describe the character sketch of Sue and Mr. Behrman from the story, ‘The Last Leaf’ by O’ Henry. Page 5 & 6 LANGUAGE Keeping the theme of the story The Last Leaf and the attitude of

  • Icse Short Story Class 10 Full Essay

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    ............................................................................................. 132  Comprehension Questions:...................................................................................................... 132  CHAPTER 03: HUNGER ......................................................................................... 138  About the Author: ..................................................................................................................... 138  Summary: