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The writer tried to describe the emptiness the lonliness the desolation of that backward villge and he created a sudden surge of imports that transformed peoples lives so rapidly.
and suddenly we see a very developed chemical laboratory for getting gold and at the same time the gold can be obtaied from a magical hen very easily..
At that small village there was not any sign of
the goverment and even they refused to receive a representative of it who would apply law and order but ... Read more→
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