‘The two boys’ devotion had touched me deeply. War had not broken their spirit.

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asked Jan 13, 2018 in Class X English by akansha Expert (2,184 points)
‘The two boys’ devotion had touched me deeply. War had not broken their spirit. Their selfless action brought a new nobility to human life, gave promise of a greater hope for human society.

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answered Jan 13, 2018 by aditya23 (-1,396 points)
The narrator was deeply touched by the devotion of Jacopo and Nicola towards their work. They did not resort to any short cut method. They had self-respect and were highly secretive in not revealing their personal problems to the strangers. Their love and care for their sister also touched the narrator. He realized that these two boys were the embodiment of selflessness, nobility, gentleman liness who gave promise of a greater hope for the human society. In these days of variety of disasters and distractions faced by the humans, the two boys stood apart to show him hope, faith, positive thinking. He knew their hard work would take them a long way.
commented Oct 23, 2018 by Nami2724 Basic (21 points)
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