When was a horse and two goats published?
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Similarly, you may ask, who was Muni in a horse and two goats?
Muni. Muni, an old and desperately poor man, is the protagonist of the story. Once he was prosperous, with a large flock of sheep, but a series of misfortunes have left him with only two scrawny goats. He and his wife have almost no income and no children to help take care of them.
Also, how does Muni feel after returning empty handed from the village shop? ANSWER: Muni feel humiliated after returning free handed from the village shop as he was not able convince village shopkeeper to give him groceries and ingredients to make drumstick sauce on credit. Further on coming back to home, he was humiliated by his wife for the same.
Then, what was the belief of the villagers about the horse in a horse and two goats?
Muni explains that the horse statue represents the Redeemer, who will come in the form of a horse to save the good people when the world ends. The American man wants to buy the horse; Muni is not
How has RK Narayan crafted a sensitive situational comedy and an amusing story in the shape of a horse and two goats?
R K Narayan has created a sensitive, situational comedy and an amusing story through the story A Horse and Two Goats. The story highlights the conversation between a villager Mani who knows only Tamil and an American who speaks only English. Once, Mani took his goats to the outskirts of the village for grazing.