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4. In both the book and the film trouble starts when a train arrives, in the book from
Pakistan and in the film from Gurdaspor (India). Describe these incidents citing specific
examples. How do Hasan and Dilnawaz react? Explain the significance of the caged
lion. 5. In both the book and the film the government and Delhi is discussed, the magistrate in the
book and friends listening to the radio in the film. Citing specific examples, what are
their opinions of the central government? Citing specific examples, what do the villagers
of Mano Majra think of the magistrate?
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