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 SUMMARY OF TWO GENTLEMENT OF VERONA BY AJ CRONIN.

Asked by shubham4sha...(student) , on 19/9/11

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it is all about two boys whoare workingvery hard for curing their sister who is ill . They do many odd jobs for her treatment ... they work day-night. But long back there were in a rich household, but in the war they lost their house, father and everything.The are noticed by the author , and they help the author in his work in verona . This suprises him and he asks why do they had to work very hard , but they dont make the commitment , When he asks that what he can do for them? , nicola asks them to be dropped in poleta so the author prepares to help them by dropping them in poleta andthere hecomes to knw of these boys.Later he drops them back in verona and he drives back to his city.

Posted by Aparna Sivarama...(student)on 19/9/11

Hope it helps .. it is just the overview of the story

Posted by Aparna Sivarama...(student)on 19/9/11

summary on the two gentlemen of verona

Posted by Nayana(teacher)on 12/3/12

This story tells us about d 2 brothers (NICOLA nd JACOPO) who exhibit signs of maturity coz for them life was a struggle or a challange. one day when they were selling wild strawberries then they met d narrator in 1 or d other way...... they taught him d lesson of life . both d brothers were working so hard for there there life nd they were also working hard for there sister who was suffering from tiberculosis(TB). both of them work for whole weak nd then finally on sunday they go to d hospital 2 meet there sister. when they met there sis then there sis felt very gud nd after d time when both of them went off then there sister remebered sumthing about her past that past she tries 2 put in some words.

There past was :-

they were not poor from d birth they were also living a healthy,happy nd a proseporous life but after d war with german they lost there parents,family nd royality......

after this she told that they brothers work so hard, they do every possible odd job for there sister so that they couls earn money nd get there sister rid of tuber culosis there jobs are selling of newspapers , wild strawberries , etc.......she also told that she is not sad or upset from her life she thinks that she is the best sister coz she has got so so so so gud or brilliant hard working brothers ir god in form of Nicola nd Jacopo……..

HOPE MY ANSWER WILL HELP U….. J

Posted by Owaise Saiyed(student)on 5/7/12

what 's wid the spellings dude? saiyedowaise..

Posted by Ananya Ananya(student)on 7/7/12

This is a story about two brothers, Jacopo and Nichola who do brisk business so that they can earn livelihood and money for treatment for their sister who is suffering from tuberculosis. Both of them helped the narrator in many ways like cleaning their shoes or making them visit juliets tomb or packing cigarette. One night the narrator and brothers were resting on the stone pavement beneath the lights.nichola was tried and waiting for the last bus from padua so that he could sell his newspapers. Nichola asked author if he could make them visit the country. Then the narrator came to know about the past that once their father was a singer but died in the early part of the war and they were thrown out of their homes and forced to live in streets from starvation and exposure in winter and after three years german ruled the country .their selfless action brought a new nobility to human life gave a promise of greater hope for human society

Posted by Suruchi(student)on 21/7/12

thnx....

Posted by Nanu(student)on 26/7/12

A.J. Cronin has very well carved the idea of 'selfless help ' and explained the importance of dedication towards relationships in the story Two Gentlemen of Verona. The story revolves around the two boys named Nicola and Jacopo who do numerous things to earn money only to pay for their sister 's treatment who suffers from tuberculosis of the spine.

The story begins with the narrator driving down the foothills of the Alps. Here is when he first encounters the two brothers selling wild strawberries. Even after the driver forbade the narrator to buy the wild fruits, he bought the biggest basket and drove towards the town. This scene emphasises on the first step of growing intimacy between the narrator and the two boys.

Next day, the boys were found shining shoes in the public square. This amazed the narrator. Here is when they revealed the fact that they did numerous kinds of things to earn money. Here, the narrator is shown to develop a soft corner for them in his heart. He finds them to be innocent, serious, pleasant and earnest.

The boys are very useful for the narrator. They are very willing to satisfy all that the narrator required. They were also found selling newspapers by the narrator one stormy night. One day, when the narrator asked if he could help them in any way they said they would be very grateful if they got a lift to the nearby village Poleta. Although it didn 't come in the narrator 's way he took them there. The boys got down in a building and asked the author to wait in a nearby cafe while they would be back within an hour.

Eagerness led the narrator to follow the boys up to a place which was actually a hospital. On peeping through a room led by a nurse, he realised that the boys were talking to a girl who resembled them. He did not feel like intruding and thus asked the nurse the details about the boys. This is when the nurse told him there heart rendering story about their father being killed in a war and home being destroyed in a war and their sister suffering from tuberculosis. The brothers lived in a shelter and literally starved only so that they could pay for their sister 's treatment. Them keeping a secret and helping their sister showed that war had not shaken their spirit. They were noble and gentle and great human beings in their own special yet subtle way. This story distinctly talks about how true the amplification says: “All that glitters is not gold,” in turn explaining the fact that appearances are deceptive.

Posted by Aradhana(student)on 8/8/12

A.J. Cronin has very well carved the idea of 'selfless help ' and explained the importance of dedication towards relationships in the story Two Gentlemen of Verona. The story revolves around the two boys named Nicola and Jacopo who do numerous things to earn money only to pay for their sister 's treatment who suffers from tuberculosis of the spine.

The story begins with the narrator driving down the foothills of the Alps. Here is when he first encounters the two brothers selling wild strawberries. Even after the driver forbade the narrator to buy the wild fruits, he bought the biggest basket and drove towards the town. This scene emphasises on the first step of growing intimacy between the narrator and the two boys.

Next day, the boys were found shining shoes in the public square. This amazed the narrator. Here is when they revealed the fact that they did numerous kinds of things to earn money. Here, the narrator is shown to develop a soft corner for them in his heart. He finds them to be innocent, serious, pleasant and earnest.

The boys are very useful for the narrator. They are very willing to satisfy all that the narrator required. They were also found selling newspapers by the narrator one stormy night. One day, when the narrator asked if he could help them in any way they said they would be very grateful if they got a lift to the nearby village Poleta. Although it didn 't come in the narrator 's way he took them there. The boys got down in a building and asked the author to wait in a nearby cafe while they would be back within an hour.

Eagerness led the narrator to follow the boys up to a place which was actually a hospital. On peeping through a room led by a nurse, he realised that the boys were talking to a girl who resembled them. He did not feel like intruding and thus asked the nurse the details about the boys. This is when the nurse told him there heart rendering story about their father being killed in a war and home being destroyed in a war and their sister suffering from tuberculosis. The brothers lived in a shelter and literally starved only so that they could pay for their sister 's treatment. Them keeping a secret and helping their sister showed that war had not shaken their spirit. They were noble and gentle and great human beings in their own special yet subtle way. This story distinctly talks about how true the amplification says: “All that glitters is not gold,” in turn explaining the fact that appearances are deceptive.

hpe so it will help

Posted by Sujata Singh(student)on 20/5/13

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Posted by Hairin(student)on 2/10/13

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A.J. Cronin has very well carved the idea of 'selfless help ' and explained the importance of dedication towards relationships in the story Two Gentlemen of Verona. The story revolves around the two boys named Nicola and Jacopo who do numerous things to earn money only to pay for their sister 's treatment who suffers from tuberculosis of the spine.

The story begins with the narrator driving down the foothills of the Alps. Here is when he first encounters the two brothers selling wild strawberries. Even after the driver forbade the narrator to buy the wild fruits, he bought the biggest basket and drove towards the town. This scene emphasises on the first step of growing intimacy between the narrator and the two boys.

Next day, the boys were found shining shoes in the public square. This amazed the narrator. Here is when they revealed the fact that they did numerous kinds of things to earn money. Here, the narrator is shown to develop a soft corner for them in his heart. He finds them to be innocent, serious, pleasant and earnest.

The boys are very useful for the narrator. They are very willing to satisfy all that the narrator required. They were also found selling newspapers by the narrator one stormy night. One day, when the narrator asked if he could help them in any way they said they would be very grateful if they got a lift to the nearby village Poleta. Although it didn 't come in the narrator 's way he took them there. The boys got down in a building and asked the author to wait in a nearby cafe while they would be back within an hour.

Eagerness led the narrator to follow the boys up to a place which was actually a hospital. On peeping through a room led by a nurse, he realised that the boys were talking to a girl who resembled them. He did not feel like intruding and thus asked the nurse the details about the boys. This is when the nurse told him there heart rendering story about their father being killed in a war and home being destroyed in a war and their sister suffering from tuberculosis. The brothers lived in a shelter and literally starved only so that they could pay for their sister 's treatment. Them keeping a secret and helping their sister showed that war had not shaken their spirit. They were noble and gentle and great human beings in their own special yet subtle way. This story distinctly talks about how true the amplification says: All that glitters is not gold, in turn explaining the fact that appearances are deceptive.

Posted by Diksha Bansal(student)on 13/4/14

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