How does the writer indicate that Dr Sadao’s father was a very traditional and conventional man?

Question: How does the writer indicate that Dr Sadao’s father was a very traditional and conventional man? [CBSE Delhi 2011]

Answer: Dr Sadao’s father was a very traditional and conventional man. He believed that the islands in the distance were the stepping stones to Japan’s future. He was a quiet man. He never joked or played with his son. His father was stern but cared a lot for his future. He believed in traditional and arranged marriages. He was proud of his nation and never used foreign goods. Everything in his room was made in Japan. He did not sit on a chair or sleep on a bed and rather slept on a mat.


How does the writer indicate that Dr Sadao’s father was a very traditional and conventional man?


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