CLASS IX & X....................
MY LOST DOLLAR by STEPHEN LEACOCK assignment min 2 pages
‘the human memory remains surprisingly strong in the lenders case but diminishes in d case of borrower”
By referring MY LOST DOLLAR prove the above lines…………………………………
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THIS STORY SATIRICALLY PRESENTS THE MINDSET OF A BORROWER AND A LENDER. IT ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE CONTRASTING PERSPECTIVES OF BOTH . THE 2 CHARACTERS THE NARRATOR AND MAJOR TODD ARE CLASSIC EXAMPLES OF HOW A BORROWER AND A LENDER REACT TO THE SITUATION IN THE STORY. THE STORY MY LOST DOLLAR SEEMS TO PRESENT THE THEME OF FORGETFULNESS AS A TRAIT OF HUMAN NATURE. THE STORY ALSO CRITICIZES THE HYPOCRISY AND DOUBLE STANDARDS THAT EXIST IN THE SOCIETY. IN ADDITION TO THIS THE STORY HIGHLIGHTS THE PRACTICE OF BORROWING AND LENDING. PEOPLE LEND MONEY TO THEIR NEAR AND DEAR ONES IN TIMES OF NEED. HOWEVER, THE HUMAN MEMORY REMAINS STRONG IN THE LENDERS CASE AND DIMINISHED IN THE BORROWERS CASE. HERE THE NARRATOR IS THE LENDER AND HAS NOT FORGOTTEN THE DOLLAR  AND USES VARIOUS WAYS TO TO REMIND TODD
IN FACT HE EVEN WANTS TO START A BACK TO HONESTY MOVEMENT ON THE OTHER HAND MAJOR TODD HAS BORROWED THE DOLLAR AT A TIME OF NEED AND CONVENIENTLY FORGETS ABOUT IT 
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