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R K Narayan writes about Muni an old villager whose days of wealth and prosperity are now over. He now lives with his angry and dominating wife with whom he has been since a very long time :P The story contains an element of laughter and humour in each and every line,Muni's pitiful situation, his 'unholy' cravings, his unplausible lies,his love for tobacco and bhang and his quenched English vocabulary all display Humour in the Story.
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