- What did Mr Gessler die of?
- What was Mr Gessler complaint against big farms?
- Why was the name plate missing at Mr Gessler?
- What did the king ask Gopal to do to prove that he was clever?
- Why did the neighbors kill the dog?
- How was the shop of Mr Gessler?
- What was the effect on Mr Gessler?
- What did Nishad give Mr Nath Why?
- What was special about Mr Gessler shoes?
- What three things did Gopal do before buying the Hilsa fish?
- Why did Mr Gessler business not survive?
- What was Mr Gessler?
- Who were Gessler brother?
- Who was Mr Nath?
- Where was Mr Gessler shop located?
What did Mr Gessler die of?
Gessler’s shop who told the narrator about Mr Gessler’s struggle and his failure due to lack advertisement, ultimately his death due to starvation..
What was Mr Gessler complaint against big farms?
Answer: Mr Gessler’s complaint against big firms was that they got customers only because of advertising, and not because of any quality work. Mr Gessler, who loved his job and who used to make good quality boots, had very little work because people preferred the big firms.
Why was the name plate missing at Mr Gessler?
Mr Gessler had died and the shop was taken over by another man so his name plate was not there anymore.
What did the king ask Gopal to do to prove that he was clever?
What did the king ask Gopal to do to prove that he was clever? Solution: The king asked Gopal to buy a huge Hilsa fish from the market and to ensure that no one should talk to him about the fish on the entire way from the market to the palace.
Why did the neighbors kill the dog?
Why did the neighbours kill the dog? Solution: The neigbours killed the dog in anger. They have expected the dog to help them get a treasure, but the dog had rather taken them to a foul smelling dead kitten.
How was the shop of Mr Gessler?
One could not go to Mr. Gessler’s shop very often and the reason was his excellent ability to make excellent and everlasting boots. His boots lasted terribly, having something beyond the temporary as if some essence of boot stitched into them.
What was the effect on Mr Gessler?
What was the effect on Mr Gessler of the author’s remark about a certain pair of boots? Ans: When author’s remark about a certain pair of boots, Mr Gessler surprisingly looked at him for a time to withdrew or qualify his statement.
What did Nishad give Mr Nath Why?
Nishad gave Mr Nath a bar of chocolate because he concluded from Mr Nath’s lean thin appearance that he was starving.
What was special about Mr Gessler shoes?
Gessler was a perfectionist. That is why he used to make shoes only on order, according to the needs of individual customers. He was against mass production. He made sure that the shoes he made were not only durable but also comfortable.
What three things did Gopal do before buying the Hilsa fish?
Answer: The three things that Gopal did before he went to buy his hilsa-fish were: i) He half-shaved his face. ii) He smeared ash on his body. iii) He wore rags.
Why did Mr Gessler business not survive?
Mr Gessler complained that the big firms didn’t value the money of the customers. They were capturing the markets from advertisements and not from the quality of their work. He was mostly out of work because of those firms and day by day the volume was getting reduced.
What was Mr Gessler?
Mr. Gessler was a shoemaker who lived in London. He was very famous. The author John Galsworthy knew him because his father used to go to his shop.
Who were Gessler brother?
Gessler brothers were two German migrants who made quality shoes in England. They were old and lived in a small house on the roadside. Their house was two rented tenements let into one in the West End, the part of central London where there are many theatres and many large expensive shops and hotels.
Who was Mr Nath?
Mr. Nath is a patient of the doctor mother of Maya and Nishad. He is a thin person who has suffered a lot during his life. He is a man with simple nature and always takes simple meals.
Where was Mr Gessler shop located?
Answer: Mr. Gessler lived in London in his shoe shop.