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Which character do you like most in the portrait of Lady and why explain it?
Last Updated: 14th May, 2020
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Also, was the grandmother a person strong in character?
Answer: The author's grandmother, indeed, wasastrong person in character. The followinginstancescan reinstate the above statement (i) The author compareshisgrandmother to the 'winter landscape in themountains',which breathes peace and contentment. Only a strongpersonexudes peace and comfort.
Subsequently, question is, how does Khushwant Singh describe his grandmother in The Portrait of a Lady? Khushwant Singh describes his grandmother asShort,fat and a little Stooped. He also describes her asbeing notpretty in the traditional sense but her serenity made herbeautifulas she always used to chant silent prayers from beads ofrosary.Shewas always in spotless white.
Also to know, what elements should be included in a character sketch?
There's no one right way, which is the great thingaboutcreative writing, but here are six elements that will give youasolid start.
- #1: A Back Story.
- #2: What the Character Wants.
- #3: Well-Defined Personality Traits.
- #4: Physical Description.
- #5: The Way They Talk.
- #6: How They Change.
How did the narrator's grandfather appear in the portrait?
Answer : In the short story 'The Portrait ofaLady' by Khushwant Singh, the narrator gives avividdescription of his grandfather in the portrait.Thegrandfather wore a big turban and loose fitting clothesinthe portrait.