Q. 14.1( 162 Votes )
How does the thief think Anil will react to the theft?
The thief thought that Anil, his employer, would get upset when he would come to know about the theft. This reaction of his would not be for the loss incurred but for the trust broken by Hari Singh.
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Why does Anil not hand the thief over to the police? Do you think most people would have done so? In what ways is Anil different from such employers?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
Do you think people like Anil and Hari Singh are found only in fiction, or are there such people in real life?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
How does the thief think Anil will react to the theft?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
What are Hari Singh’s reactions to the prospect of receiving an education? Do they change over time? (Hint: Compare, for example, the thought: “I knew that once I could write like an educated man there would be no limit to what I could achieve.” With these later thoughts: “Whole sentences, I knew, could one day bring me more than a few hundred rupees. It was a simple matter to steal – and sometimes just as simple to be caught. But to be a really big man, a clever and respected man, was something else.”) What makes him return to Anil?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
Where is the story set? (You can get clues from the names of the persons and places mentioned in it.) Which language or languages are spoken in these places? Do you think the characters in the story spoke to each other in English?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
Have you met anyone like Hari Singh? Can you think and imagine the circumstances that can turn a fifteen-year old boy into a thief?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
What does he say about the different reactions of people when they are robbed?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
Does Anil realise that he has been robbed?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
What is he ‘a fairy successful hand’ at?NCERT - Footprints without Feet
What does he get from Anil in return for his work?NCERT - Footprints without Feet