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    • THE CONCH BEARER – Anand (T4W1)How Anand grows and develops from a child of twelve to a teenager withcharacter.Chapter 9 How would we describe Anand’s How do we know?The One- character? WHERE ARE THE PIECESEyed Deer WHAT DO WE WRITE ABOUT HIM? OF EVIDENCE Anand takes Abhaydatta’s lesson of the One-Eyed Abhaydatta directs the story of Deer very seriously and he is full of contrition as he the One-Eyed Deer at Anand even believes he is the hunter alluded to in the old man’s though he is interrupted by Nisha. story – the one who brings danger to his travelling companions. Anand is a child who does not like to harbour Abhaydatta listens to Anand secrets. When he thinks he has done something carefully but tells Anand that he is immoral (even if it is not his fault), he wants to come not defeated by Surabhanu. clean with it. He is very sorry that he has betrayed Abhaydatta reassures Anand that the trust that Abhaydatta has bestowed upon him to he is strong enough to withstand let him carry the conch. It is no surprise that he the evil forces of Surabhanu. makes his confession to Abhaydatta even though he may be humiliated by Nisha with regard to the matter. He seriously think that he should leave Abhaydatta as he is now a burden – a source of danger to the team. Anand clings on very tightly to Abhaydatta but to be fair, this is just the beginning stage of their journey. He also exposes himself to be just a child, perhaps too eager to please Abhaydatta when he appears to be overly enthusiastic and too ready to announce to Abhaydatta that despite all the dangers, he wants to stay with Abhaydatta and help him more than anything he has ever wanted to do in his life.Written by Yeo Yam Hwee 5 September 2012 Page 1