Who was the foreigner and what was his background?

Who was the foreigner What was his background in horse and two goats?

The foreigner was a tourist in india. He was rich American buisnessman who dealt in coffee. He was polite and courteous as he offered Muni a cigarette and though he did not understood Muni,he listened to him attentively. He came India because he wanted to know different and difficult lives of the people.

Who was the foreigner What did the foreigners say looking at the clay horse?

Answer: The foreigner was a tourist/traveller whose car stopped at Kritam as his vehicle was ran out of gas. He lookedup qt clay horse and cried ‘Marvellous‘…

How does the foreigner end?

The investigation is resolved to have no loose ends, so the police shoot Maggie dead. Meanwhile, Hennessy has Sean execute Mary as payback. Hennessy receives a phone call from Davies, who vows to keep her eye on him. Quan visits Hennessy for the last time.

What is Pongal in horse and two goats?

Pongal is a four-day harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. During Pongal Muni and his father would cut the harvest. Muni would then allowed by his father to go out and play with others at the tank.

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How was the foreigner dressed?

The foreigner was dressed in khakhi clothes just like in the policeman’s attire. Muni feel the urge to run when he first laid eyes in him because he thought foreigner as a police man who had come to inquire about the murder that had happened there.

What did the foreigner tell Muni about his language?

Muni only knew Tamil language and the foreigner knew only English language. There was a communication problem due to language barrier. When foreigner was asking him about the statue, Muni thought he was a policeman and was interrogating.

What did the foreigner offer Muni?

Ans. The foreigner offered Muni a hundred rupees for the statue. Initially, Muni thought that he is asking for change, so he guided him to get it from the headman of the village as he had a lot of money. Later, Muni thought it is the price for his two goats.

Why did Muni plead to the foreigner What was the plea all about?

– Initially Muni spoke in a fearful tone but when the foreigner produced a card, Muni was greatly troubled and afraid and began to plead the foreigner that he knew nothing about the murder. – It reveals the innocent and ignorant nature of Muni. Hope this helps.

When was The Foreigner set?

The Foreigner is based on a 1992 thriller by Stephen Leather that mentioned the IRA by name and hung itself around the Harrods bombing of 1983.

What is the central theme of The Foreigner?

Search for Self. Though Shue’s main interest in The Foreigner is to make his audience laugh, he is also concerned with the theme of self-awareness. Charlie, Ellard, Betty, and Catherine struggle to discover who they really are while David and Owen attempt to hide their real identities from both others and themselves.

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