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Why did Lencho step out into the rain at the beginning of the story?
to bathe in the rain
to compare the rain to new coins
to collect his crop
to have the pleasure of the rain on his body
"These aren't raindrops falling from the sky, they are new coins." This is an example of:
How much money did Lencho ask God for?
Why did Lencho need money?
To save his family from hunger
To repay loans incurred by the field
To save his land
To buy a shop
Was Lencho surprised to see the money?
Not at all
Lencho was expecting:
Who first read Lencho's letter?
When the hailstorm was over, Lencho said to his sons: "A plague of ... would have left more than this."
Identify the conflicts present in the story.
Man vs Nature
Man vs Society
Man vs Man
Man vs Self
Man vs Supernatural
'A Letter to God' was written by:
"The postmaster was a fat, amiable man." What is the meaning of amiable?
How much money was the postmaster able to arrange?
What did Lencho ask for in his second letter?
The remaining amount and to not send it by mail
The remaining amount and to send it by mail
A punishment for the crooks
What is the irony in this story?
Lencho was sad after the hailstorm even though he was the one waiting for a shower
Postmaster laughed at Lencho but still helped arrange for money for him
Lencho blamed the post office employees who in fact helped him
There is no irony