Fight Manju Fight
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Manjula Parelkar knew she was no Hussain. She could never be, not with those hands of hers, those claw-like malformed fingers. Why her hands too? Wasn't it enough that her feet were deformed; ending in two massive moon shaped toes pointing at each other, the hard nails touching, grating against each other whenever she wore wrong shoes. She wore wrong shoes most of time, for there weren't any shoes in the market soft enough for her clumsy feet. Her feet hurt most of the time but she didn't mind them so much. a. Why couldn't Manjula be like Hussain? b. What was the shape of her feet? c. Why did Manjula have to wear wrong shoes most of the time? d. Why were her shoes ugly? e. Even though Manjula's feet hurt her a lot, why didn't she mind the pain so much?
a. Manjula couldn’t be like Hussain as she had deformed hands and to paint like him required one to be physically fit. b. Her feet were deformed since the toes were overgrown and pointed towards each other. c. Manjula wore wrong shoes, as there weren’t any shoes available in the market, which could fit her since she didn’t have normal feet. d. Her shoes were ugly as they were made on order to hide those deformed toes and help her walk. e. She didn’t mind the pain as at least her feet were concealed in those shoes and no one could notice the deformity.