The Dear Departed
Grandfather says, "It seems to me that neither of you has any cause to feel proud about the way you've treated me.'' While it is true that the daughters disregard modesty, decency and flial obligation, grandfather cannot be fully justified in practically disowning his family. Besides, Victoria loves him and he seems to have spared no thought for her feelings.
Divide yourselves into groups of four or five and discuss the statement: Grandfather is not entirely right in moving away from his daughters.
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