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Bepin Choudhury’s Lapse Of Memory | The Last Bargain
The king, sword in hand' suggests(i) Wealth(ii) Power(iii) more power than wealthMark the appropriate item in the context of stanza 1.
Mention any three (or more) things that Parimal Ghose knew about Bepin Babu.
Why did Bepin Babu worry about what Parimal Ghose had said?
How did he try to decide who was right—his memory or Parimal Ghose?
Why did Bepin Babu hesitate to visit Mr Mukerji? Why did he finally decide to phone him?
What did Mr Mukerji say? Did it comfort Bepin Babu, or add to his worries?
Who was Chunilal? What did he want from Bepin Babu?
Why was Dr Chanda puzzled? What was unusual about Bepin Babu's loss of memory?
Had Bepin Babu really lost his memory and forgotten all about a trip to Ranchi?
Why do you think Chunilal did what he did? Chunilal says he has no money; what is it that he does have?
The author describes Bepin Babu as a serious and hardworking man. What evidence can you find in the story to support this?