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UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY Read the passage and the question A modest two-room hut ...


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UNSEEN PROSE AND POETRY Read the passage and the question A modest two-room hut built of mud and roofed with straw graciously sheltered the Mensahs. One of the rooms advertised itself as a living room. The kind earthenware pot willingly kept company with four ever-smilling stools. The pot eternally contained cool water for guests. The second room was a warm-hearted bedroom without a bed. The poor pair had to sleep on bare straw mats on the polished dirt floor Some overwashed rags deputised for blankets and sheets and pillows. Two strong dry logs, facing each other like bitter rivals burned themselve out at night, not merly to keep the couple warm but mainly to ward off hungry mosquitoes and other hostile pests.

There was no door to ward off the cold night air. Some rude devices, however, were contrived to keep the room quite safe from prying eyes and curious domestic animals. Would any thief be ever tempted to peep into such a rude room of such a poor pair?The write's attitude to the couple is one of

Options

A) resignation

B) indifference

C) patronage

D) praise

The correct answer is A.


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