- What was the effect on Mr Gessler?
- How did Mr Gessler handle his customers?
- How was Mr Gessler a failure in business?
- What was unique about Mr Gessler?
- Why did the author visit the shop so infrequently?
- What was the name of Mr Gessler shop?
- From when did the narrator know Mr Gessler and where was the shop of Mr Gessler?
- Why did the king want no more talk about the Hilsa fish?
- Why did the Gessler Brothers lose customers even though they made the best shoes in town?
- What did Mr Gessler feel about big firms?
- What was special about Mr Gessler shoes?
- Who were Gessler Brothers?
- What did Muko do to get the attention of the farmer?
- How did Mr Gessler’s shop resemble a church?
- How did Mr Gessler die?
- Why did Mr Gessler say ID is an ARDT?
- What was Mr Gessler?
- Why did Neighbours kill the dog?
What was the effect on Mr Gessler?
What was the effect on Mr Gessler of the author’s remark about a certain pair of boots.
Ans: When author’s remark about a certain pair of boots, Mr Gessler surprisingly looked at him for a time to withdrew or qualify his statement..
How did Mr Gessler handle his customers?
Mr Gessler was successful as a bootmaker because his customers were immensely satisfied with the boot he made. … He lost his customers because of the delay in delivery. He worked hard, striving for long hours. Whatever, he earned went on paying the rent for his shop and for buying leathers.
How was Mr Gessler a failure in business?
Gessler was successful as a bootmaker because his customers were immensely satisfied with the boot he made. This perfectly fit them and lasted long. Yes, he was a failure as a competitive businessman. He didn’t have money like the big firms so he couldn’t invest in advertisements.
What was unique about Mr Gessler?
Gessler was unique because he made only ordered boots which were mysterious and wonderful. In shape and fit, in finishing and quality of leather they were the best. Undoubtedly his work was unique.
Why did the author visit the shop so infrequently?
The author visited the shop so infrequently because the boots made by Mr Gessler lasted for a long time. They had something beyond the temporary, some essence of boot stitched into them.
What was the name of Mr Gessler shop?
Answer: Mr. Gessler lived in London in his shoe shop.
From when did the narrator know Mr Gessler and where was the shop of Mr Gessler?
According to the author, he knew Mr. Gessler from the days of his extreme youth, because he made his father’s boots. He lived with his elder brother in his shop, which was in a small by-street in a fashionable part of London.
Why did the king want no more talk about the Hilsa fish?
The king didn’t want any talk about the hilsa-fish because his courtiers were not fishermen. It was below their dignity to talk about a fish.
Why did the Gessler Brothers lose customers even though they made the best shoes in town?
The Gessler brothers made the best shoes in the town even though lost customers. It was owing to industrialization that made people resort to prompt services rather than the quality and durability of the product.
What did Mr Gessler feel about big firms?
Mr Gessler’s complaint against big firms was that they got customers only because of advertising, and not because of any quality work. Mr Gessler, who loved his job and who used to make good quality boots, had very little work because people preferred the big firms.
What was special about Mr Gessler shoes?
Gessler was a perfectionist. That is why he used to make shoes only on order, according to the needs of individual customers. He was against mass production. He made sure that the shoes he made were not only durable but also comfortable.
Who were Gessler Brothers?
Gessler brothers were two German migrants who made quality shoes in England. They were old and lived in a small house on the roadside. Their house was two rented tenements let into one in the West End, the part of central London where there are many theatres and many large expensive shops and hotels.
What did Muko do to get the attention of the farmer?
A pile of gold was lying buried in the ground and it had been smelt by Muko. He put his paws against his owner’s legs and motioned with his head to some spot behind. Thus, the farmer’s attention was attracted by him. Muko wanted to attract the farmer’s attention towards the pile of gold.
How did Mr Gessler’s shop resemble a church?
Gessler’s shop did not have much crowd in it. Anyone can enter the shop in a very restful mood. Thus, in this way the shop of Mr. Gessler resembled a church.
How did Mr Gessler die?
Gessler’s shop who told the narrator about Mr Gessler’s struggle and his failure due to lack advertisement, ultimately his death due to starvation.
Why did Mr Gessler say ID is an ARDT?
One day he went to Mr. Gessler’s shop and stretching his youthful feet made the remarks. With a sudden smile from out of the redness of his beard Mr. Gessler said, “Id is an ardt!
What was Mr Gessler?
Mr. Gessler was a shoemaker who lived in London. He was very famous. The author John Galsworthy knew him because his father used to go to his shop.
Why did Neighbours kill the dog?
Why did the neighbours kill the dog? Solution: The neigbours killed the dog in anger. They have expected the dog to help them get a treasure, but the dog had rather taken them to a foul smelling dead kitten.