The Serpent and the Rope by Raja Rao — Story analysis

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15 Responses

  1. Bhogayata Hemangi says:

    Really happy by getting such summary yet there is not enough material for Indian writing in English.

    • Satya Prakash says:

      I agree. Tell me if you need any more help in writing answers / essays/ reports / precis etc.

  2. ravi says:

    very important points made. thanks. brief but meaningful…

  3. muneer k.a says:

    good job u have done almost well

  4. Tuna panda says:

    I enjoyed it.The way of expressing is so cunning to covetr paragraph to paragraph.

  5. shanmuga priya says:

    can you help me with characteristics analysis in the fiction the serpent and the rope

  6. Abhishek says:

    I have to make a project on this book but i am not able to understand this book and can’t take the help of internet

    • Satya Prakash says:

      Did you read my post properly? This is all that I can offer. However, if you write something, I can edit it.

      • Abhishek says:

        My teacher had given me the topic gender role by rama rao the serpent and the rope I just want to know that what is gender role in this book

        • Satya Prakash says:

          I am not sure, but I guess it refers to the contrast in the manner in which Rama Rao deals with his French wife and the Indian wife. The French lady is fiercely independent, has her distinct identity and outlook. She does not want to give it up even at the cost of her marriage. Compare this with the subservience of the second wife. Being Indian, she has no other desire, but to serve her husband.
          You can expand on this.

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