“She would forget our brief encounter”
□ SOURCE :
This line is taken from Ruskin Bond short story The Eyes Have It.
□ Who is the speaker or Who said this about whom?
The narrator said this about the blind girl who was travelling in the train along with the narrator.
□ who is she or who would forget it ?
The blind girl would forget it. Here she is the blind girl who was travelling in the train from Rohana to Saharanpur.
□ What does the speaker mean by the brief encounter ?
By brief encounter the narrator refers to the conversation happened between the narrator and the blind girl who was travelling in the train compartment from Rohana to Saharanpur.
□ Why did the speaker think so ?
The narrator was talking with the girl in the train. At the time of getting of at Saharanpur the narrator thought that the girl would forget their beef encounter as soon as she left the train. But it would Raymond with the narrator for the rest of the journey and sometimes theafter. It is a general thought that appeared to the narrator that she would forget the brief encounter very soon she left the train.