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what do these statements of maurya imply when bartley makes an exit? "We'll not see...
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Being foil to stop Bartley from venturing to the sea, the ill-fated mother Maurya gives way to resignation to fate. The remarks imply a prognostication of Bartley's death. "The black night" will be followed by a white dawn to discover her without any son left. A sense of the doom pervades the world of the speaker.
Posted by dnguha on December 19, 2009 at 4:27 PM (Answer #1)
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