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Presented by:
Siddheswar karna
TGT,English
JNV,Goshala
Sambalpur,Odisha
Before we proceed:
Since the earliest times human beings
have kept tame animals as pet but we
have rarely seen any body ha...
The Bear story
-Axel Munthe
All the living beings understand the
language of love. If proper care is
taken then wild anima...
About the author:Axel Munthe (Axel Martin Fredrik Munthe)

was born in Oskarshamn, Sweden in October 31, 1857.
Axel Munthe...
There once was a lady who lived at the edge of a
forest. The lady had a pet bear whom she loved.
This bear was found in th...
The bear was never put in chains except for the nights. He was
also put on chain on Sundays when the lady went to her sist...
When the lady came back home the bear was sitting in his
usual place. The lady was still angry. She went to him and
starte...
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7_The Bear Story

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7_The Bear Story

  1. 1. Presented by: Siddheswar karna TGT,English JNV,Goshala Sambalpur,Odisha
  2. 2. Before we proceed: Since the earliest times human beings have kept tame animals as pet but we have rarely seen any body having a wild animal as pet. In this story there is a lady who is having a wild bear as pet. Do wild animals also behave well if given love and affection ? Let ‘s read the story and find out.
  3. 3. The Bear story -Axel Munthe All the living beings understand the language of love. If proper care is taken then wild animals also behave well like domestic animal. In this story we will come across a bear who is as gentle as an angel , who never dream of hurting anybody , man or a beast.
  4. 4. About the author:Axel Munthe (Axel Martin Fredrik Munthe) was born in Oskarshamn, Sweden in October 31, 1857. Axel Munthe was a Swedish psychiatrist. He is best known as the author of “The Story of San Michele”, an autobiography of his life and work. Axel Munthe spoke several languages as he grew up in Sweden and he attended medical school. He was married to an English aristocrat and spent most of his adult life in Italy. Munthe often treated the poor without charging and risking his life on several occasions to help in times of war, disaster. He fought for animal rights. He purchased a land to create a bird sanctuary near his home in Italy. He had pets like a owl and a baboon, and many different kinds of dogs. His writing is light-hearted, being primarily memories from his real-life experiences but often about sad or tragic events. He primarily wrote about people and about a few animals as well.
  5. 5. There once was a lady who lived at the edge of a forest. The lady had a pet bear whom she loved. This bear was found in the forest half dead. The bear was the most amiable animal. He did not harm any animal or person. All children and animals loved to play with him.
  6. 6. The bear was never put in chains except for the nights. He was also put on chain on Sundays when the lady went to her sister’s house to spend the afternoon. Her sister lived on the other side of the forest. One Sunday as usual chained the bear and left for her sister’s house. Half way she looked back and was surprised to see the bear. The lady was angry; she was getting late and had no time to take him home. She told him to go back in an angry voice but the bear didn't go. She pocked her umbrella on his nose pushing him back. Soon and slowly the bear went away.
  7. 7. When the lady came back home the bear was sitting in his usual place. The lady was still angry. She went to him and started scolding him. The old cook who loved the bear like her son rushed out from the kitchen and said “Why do you scold him? He has been good as gold the whole day. He has been sitting here like an angel and looking the whole time at the gate waiting for you to come back.. I liked the way the lady and the cook took care of the lovely bear. .

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