What does the writer mean when she says, ‘Saheb is no longer his own master’? [CBSE Delhi 2009]

Question: What does the writer mean when she says, ‘Saheb is no longer his own master’? [CBSE Delhi 2009]

Answer: The writer meant that till Saheb was a ragpicker, he was a carefree boy, who would work, have time for himself and enjoy the work he was doing. But from the time he started working in a stall with others supervising his work, he changed. He had to become responsible and could not be free like earlier. He was no longer his own master.


Question: What does the writer mean when she says, ‘Saheb is no longer his own master’? [CBSE Delhi 2009]


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