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Malgudi Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Naga Summary

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Naga Summary

The boy is with the snake that has become old and useless for snake charming. The boy is a snake charmer, but the snake, Naga, has lost its ability to frighten and thrill crowds. The boy remembers how his father used to work before he leaves the boy alone. At the age of ten, the boy learns from his father how to handle and charm the snake himself. The boy studies a tiny monkey in a tree and the father manages to capture it. The father knows how to train the monkey and the monkey becomes their main attraction. Then one morning, when the boy gets up, the father and the monkey are gone. The boy is relieved that Naga the snake is still there. The boy plays his pipe and people say hello to him. A woman stops and tells the boy that his father ran...

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