Q. 23.7( 102 Votes )
The story is divided into pre-War and post-War times. What hardships do you think the girl underwent during these times?
During the pre-war times, the girl lived in some other city away from her mother and visited her only a few times. During this time Mrs. S was anxious that her valuable belongings would be lost in the war. They were always afraid that they would have to leave the place. The girl lived in a small rented room with its windows covered with blackout paper. She could not see anything outside and the threat of death was also always there. However, post the war, things turned to normalcy. The girl could open the windows of her room and glance outside without fearing anything. She had a strong urge to look at her mother’s possessions and so also visited Mrs. Dorlings.
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