Cb characterisation-anand-chapter 6
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  • 1. THE CONCH BEARER – Anand (T4W1)How Anand grows and develops into a child of twelve to a teenager withcharacter.Chapter 6 How would we describe Anand’s How do we know?Things character? WHERE ARE THEAren’t WHAT DO WE WRITE ABOUT HIM? PIECES OF EVIDENCEWhat TheySeem Anand is a greenhorn. Because he An elderly gentleman treats people decently without turns out to be demanding anything in return, he Surabhanu in disguise thinks that other people are naturally and a lanky boy who kind to him when he needs help, sells lozenges becomes whether he asks for it or not. Anand and the sweeper girl’s rescuer in a train Anand is also not a careful child compartment at Sialdah because he is unaware of bad Train Station. Anand influences of the old outside of his can no longer depend home. At this point in time (before on his eyes to tell him he joins Abhaydatta), he is also rather the truth. He needs to unobservant. He most certainly does develop his intelligence not understand that “things aren’t to learn to cope with what they seem”. the ways of the world in order to survive and to surmount challenges and difficulties.Written by Yeo Yam Hwee 5 September 2012 Page 1