A Little Princess - Chapter 11: Ram Dass and Chapter 12: The Other Side of the Wall Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 11: Ram Dass. As Sara admired the sunset from her attic window, someone in the house next door was doing the same. He was a Lascar, an Indian man-servant, named Ram Dass. He smiled and she felt comforted. The man's monkey jumped from the Lascar's window into Sara's. She spoke to Ram Dass in his own language, which surprised the man. He answered that the monkey would not bite, but he was hard to catch. She allowed Ram Dass to come to her room to catch the monkey. He steadily walked from his roof to hers and into her room through the window to retrieve the monkey. While in the room, he noticed the bare walls and how little she had in the way of comfort, but he did not treat her any...

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