CBSE Class 9 English Best Seller Notes

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Author: O. Henry

1. Based on your reading of the story, answer the following questions by choosing the correct option.

(a) The narrator says that john was "______ of the suff that heroes are not often lucky enough to be made of." his tone is sarcastic because __________.

Answer: john was not particularly good-looking.

(b) Pescud felt that best-sellers were not realistic as____________.

Answer: men generally married girls from a similar background

(c) "bully", said pescud brightening at once. He means to say that ____________.

Answer: he was doing very well at his job.

Answer the following question in about 30-40 words:

Q. 1. Who was the passenger of chair no.9 ? What did he suddenly do ?

Answer: the passenger of chair no. 9 was a man from pittsburgh named john, an old friend of writer. He suddenly threw his book between his chair and window. The name of book was the 'the rose lady and trevelyan', one of the bestselling novels of the present day.

Q. 2. What was john a. Pescud's opinion about best sellers ? Why ?

Answer: Pescud believed that the stories about best-sellers were not realistic. The themes revolved around romances between royals and commoners, fencing, imaginative encounters and all the stuff that never happens in real life. In real life, one would always select a prospective bride from a similar background. 


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