Answer: The narrator was not keen about buying diamonds from him as he did not believe stranger completely.
Do u think the narrator believed the diamond maker?
The narrator is also suspicious of the diamond maker and at first considers the diamond maker, due to his appearance, to be a tramp. … Nobody trusts the diamond maker due to his appearance and as such he cannot sell the diamonds he has produced.
What do you think happened to the man in the end diamond maker?
he committed suicide and throw out man -made diamond in River to save it from greedy people.
Why do you think the man wanted to keep his diamond making business a secret?
Answer: It was done secretly, so that others would not copy his work, and so that he could sell his diamonds without it being known that they could be produced in large quantities.
How does the man prove that he was not lying about himself the diamond maker?
Answer: The man proved that he was not lying about himself by pulling out a small canvas bag from his wretched coat. it had a cord round around its neck. He opened it and took out a brown pebble and he handed over the narrator.
Why was the man unable to sell his diamonds?
The man was unable to sell his diamonds because people thought he would trick them. This was because diamonds need to undergo natural metamorphosis to attain their karats. Also he was dressed in rags.
Why was the diamond maker called an anarchist?
Explanation: The Diamond Maker” is a short story by H. G. Wells, first published in 1894 in the Pall Mall … a neighbour in the lodgings house, thinking he was a bomb-making anarchist, told him he had called the police.
Why was the narrator shocked when the man talks about throwing away Name wealth and position and doing a small business?
When such a man talks about throwing away name,wealth,position and doing a small business Narrator was shocked. Explanation: The man was raged,dirty,unshaven, unkempt. he looked as if he was in a dustbin for a week.
What message does the poet wants to give to the readers in the poem the choice ‘?
Explanation: Through the poem “road not taken” the poet wants to convey the choices we have to make in life. He is confronted with two roads and he debates his choices. He knows he has to select one and only time will reveal whether the decision is right or wrong.
How did the narrator meet?
The girl friend of the narrator invited him to her wedding reception. The narrator attended the reception and met his girl friend’s husband, who was a handsome IAS Officer.
Where did the narrator meet the mysterious man in the story titled The Diamond maker?
Once after a hard day’s work, the narrator had a headache and wanted to get away from the noise of the city, so he went down to the Embankment near the Waterloo Bridge in Westminster. This is where he met the mysterious man.
What would you have done if you were in the narrator’s place diamond maker?
If I would have been there in the narrator’s place in H.G Wells’ story ‘The diamond maker’, then perhaps I would have bought a diamond from the maker without judging him by his physical appearance and financial position.