Answer :

(a) Mrs. Packeltide couldn’t allow Loona Bimberton to enjoy limelight and press photographs than she herself. So, she decided to kill a tiger and come into the limelight.


(b) The greed for power, attention, and lust for limelight had turned her so blind to humanity that she doesn’t care for the way to achieve her ends. She is intensely selfish and inhumane.


(c) The narrator is extremely sarcastic in her tone. The lust for fame and popularity in Mrs. Packeltide is pointed by the narrator in a mocking fashion.


(d) Mrs. Packeltide was not completely successful in her attempt as she almost scared the tiger while just killing a goat in the end.


(e) The story narrates the incident of Mrs. Packeltide who in the process to attain attention and fame decided to kill a tiger and ultimately comes up killing a goat. Her inhumanity is what the narrator tries to stress in the text.


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