What was Joe Thompson’s feeling for Maggie?

QuestionsWhat was Joe Thompson’s feeling for Maggie?
Abul Basar asked 3 years ago

How did Joe Thompson feel for the little girl Maggie in T. S. Arthur’s short story “An Angel in Disguise”?

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Jayanta Kumar Maity Staff answered 3 years ago

Joe Thompson, the wheelwright, was sympathetic to the poor child Maggie. When everyone deserted the place leaving the sick child alone in the house, Joe said to the blacksmith’s wife, “It’s a cruel thing to leave her so.”
 
Unlike the others, Thompson had some tender places in his heart, in spite of his rough exterior. So he took Maggie to his home, overcoming the fear of his “vinegar-tempered wife”. He also directed Mrs. Thompson to treat her with kindness.


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Sarika Rani answered 2 months ago

Joe Thompson was a wheelwright man who was feeling sympathetic to the poor child Maggie. He was a man of rough exterior but his heart was kind and tender at some places. He liked children and loved to have them at his shop.

When everyone deserted the place leaving the sick child alone in the house, Mr. Thompson decided to help her. Joe said about Maggie to the blacksmith’s wife that it was a cruel thing to leave her all alone in the hovel.


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