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With the help of the story,please answer this question.
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN ABOUT 30 WORDS.
1.What is the waiter's contribution in allowing the woman to have a gorgeous meal?
​2.The narrator's meeting with the woman begins with his being flattered and hospitable and ends with being mortified and disgusted.Discuss his different states of mind.
3.The woman calls the narrator'a humorist'.Who do you think actually contributes to the humour in the story?How?

THIS QUESTION IS FROM THE LUNCHEON BY SOMERSET MAUGHAM.

 
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