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This story is told from the point of view of Suno, a young man whose family is constantly pressuring him to study for a major exam which will determine his future educational track: "Oh study, study, study, they all breathed at me." But Suno is constantly interrupted and distracted by each and every member of his family. Most of all, "they don't know the meaning of the word Quiet." His father listens to the radio news in six different languages. From the kitchen he hears his mother frying foods and sloshing water around. When his brothers and sisters come home from school, they taunt him and then run away. In addition, his mother frequently interrupts him to insist that he drink milk with sugar in it, "like a baby." In exasperation, Suno leaves his house to try studying at a cafe. But the cafe proprietor, and then the...

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Literature of Developing Nations for Students
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