The book tells about an author who was craving for publishing his book, which was never published. It shows dangerous effects of suspicion which made three lives in danger. It connotes the social evil of buying things, without having much more source of income, in installment. It also gives acknowledgement of poor family whose members put their lives on stake for getting employment. It also deals with blackmailing of a poet and author to get published his work. It also gives account of people of India who think themselves free to do any thing and they forget that if things belong to our country are our own and ruining them are our loss. It means government property is our own property.
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