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HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

CLASS XII-A
2016 2017
SUBJECT-CHEMISTRY

1.

Prepare one investigatory project.


The project report to be written as follows:

2.

Title Page This is the first page carry the following information
(i)
Title / Aim of the project
(ii)
Name of the student with class and section

Table of contents This page records the content of the project report
preferably with corresponding page numbers.

Introduction and review This provides a brief history of the project


including chronological order of previous work done in this direction.

Experimental This section should include the following information:


(i)
Apparatus /equipment
(ii)
Procedure /experimental methodology
(iii)
Data / observation (with proper units of all the quantities
(iv)
Calculations (use the correct formulae for the calculations
(v)
Graphs / diagrams / charts
(vi)
Result and conclusion

Bibliography On this page a list of books, periodicals, review article,


research work (if any) related to the present work is to be reported.

Learn the conceptual questions of the chapters taught in the class.

SUBJECT-PHYSICS
Complete writing part of practical file and Project

SUBJECT-BIOLOGY
1. Prepare For Assessment Test
2. Prepare a Project as Explained in class

SUBJECT-MWT
1) Worksheet sent on their email ids
2) Prepare website for the project
SUBJECT-C.Sc.
Worksheets posted on their email ids
SUBJECT-PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Collect the BMI of 10 students
Mention the benefits of Swiss Ball
Mention the benefits of plyometric exercises
SUBJECT-HOME SCIENCE
Project
1. Spend a day with an elderly person (at home/old age home) and observe their
needs and problems.Write a report.
Survey
1. Visit any one place (home/restaurant/business Centre/school) and observe its
measure for safe drinking water and general condition of hygiene.
2. List four - five areas of agreement and disagreement that you have with
mother,father,siblings,friends and teachers.

SUBJECT-MATHEMATICS
*
Practice the questions from NCERT in the Practice Register from Chapters: (1)
Matrices (2) Determinants (3) continuity & Differentiability (4) Inverse
Trigonometric Functions (5) Linear Programming
*
Solve the assignment (Matrices, Determinants, Inverse Trigonometric functions,
Differentiability and continuity): To make a file (A4- size sheets to be used)
(Matrices and Determinants)
i j
Q1. Let A = [aij] be a matrix of order 2 x3 and aij =
, Write all the elements of
i j
second column.
2 3 5
2 1

Q2. If ,
A = [aij] = 1 4 9 and B = [bij] = 3 4 ,Write the value of a12
0 7 2
1
2
Q3.
Q4.

Q5.
Q6.
Q7.
Q8.

b21 + a23 b32


Under what conditions is the matrix equation A2-B2=(A-B)(A+B) is true.

2
2
If A =
and A = I, find the value of +

0 a 3
If the following matrix is skew symmetric, find the values of a, b, c. A = 2 b 1
c 1 0
Give an example of a matrix which is both symmetric and skew symmetric
2
If A= 1 2 5 , B = 1 , Find the matrices AB and BA.
7

For what values of x and y are the following matrices equal


x 3 y 2 2
3y
2 x 1
A=
B
=

y 2 5 y
6
0
0

2 2 0
2 0 2
Find matrix A such that 2A-3B+5C=0 where, B=
, C=

7 1 6
3 1 4
Q10. If A and B are square matrices of same order and B is symmetric, show that A BA
is also symmetric.
3 1
Q11. If A =
find x, y such that A2 + xI = yA, Hence find A-1.

7 5

Q9.

1 2n 4n
Q12. Using Principle of Mathematical Induction, prove that An =
, Where,
1 2n
n
3 4
A=

1 1
Q13. Express the following matrix as a sum of symmetric and skew symmetric matrices:

4
3 4

A = 6 1 4
1 2 0
Q14. Find the inverse of the following matrix using elementary row operations If, A =
2 0 1
2 1 3

1 1 0

Q15. Find the matrix X, such that B-3X +2I2 = 0 , where I2 is an identity matrix of order 2
1 2
and B=

3 7
Q16. By using properties of determinants, show that
a+b+2c
a
b
c
b+c+2a
b
= 2(a+b+c)3
c
a
c+a+2b
Q17. Solve the following linear equations using Matrix method: 2x+3y-z=0; 2x-y-z=0; 4x5y-2z=0
Q18. Find Matrix A =[aij]32 , where aij = (ij)/(i+j)
Q19. Solve the following system of equations using determinant method
2 - 3 + 3 -10 = 0
x
y
z
1 + 1 + 1 -10 = 0
x
y
z
3 - 1 + 2
-13 = 0
x
y
z

(Differentiability & Continuity)


Q1. Find the values of a & b for which the given fn is continuous at x=3 and x=5.
f (x) =
Q2.

if
1

ax b if
7
if

x3
3 x5
x5

Show that f(x) = |x| +|x-1|, x R is continuous at x=0 and x=1.


if x 0, x 1 0
x x 1
x 1
x ( x 1) if x 0, x 1 0 2 x 1 if


(Hint : f (x) =
x0
1 2 x if
x

(
x

1
)
if
x

0
,
x

1
if 0 x 1
x ( x 1) if x 0, x 1 0

Q3.
Q4.
Q5.
Q6.
Q7.

Q8.

d
x2
xy 2 0
1
If y = x , Prove that dx
.
x
If y = Sin (log x) + Cos (log x), Prove that x2y+xy+ y=0
d2y
Find
if x = 2Sin (t), y = 3Cos (2t).
dx 2
dy
If x y = y x find
.
dx
Differentiate the following w.r.t. x:
(i)
(Sin x) x
(ii)
x Sin-1x
(iii)
x log x + (log x) x
x

(iv)
Sin-1(ex)
(v)
(vi)
log (xx + cosec2x)
Sin 1
2
1 x
Differentiate using substitution:

1 x2
x

Co sec1
(i)
(ii)
Sin1
2
2
2
x
x

Cot 1 1 x 2 x
Cos 1 2 x 1 x 2
(ii)
(iv)
Q9. Differentiate w.r.t. x:
Sinx Cosx
3Cosx 4 Sinx
Sin 1
Cos 1
(i)
(ii)

5
2

2x
Q10. Differentiate Sin 1
w.r.t. tan-1x.
2
1 x

1
t

w.r.t. tan-1
.
Q11. Differentiate Cos 1

2
2
1 t
1 t
Q12. For what value of k is the function f(x) continuous at x = 2?
x2
2x 1 ;

;
x2
f (x) = k
3x 1
;
x5

1 x 1 x
Q13. Differentiate w.r.t. x: tan 1

1 x 1 x

Q14. Find the slope of tangent at x =


to the curve: x = Sin t, y = Cos 3t.
4
1
dy
x2 1
x 2 1

Q15. If y = x 2 1 log
, Prove that
.
x

dx
x
x

dy
Q16. Find
when x3+24 xy+y3 = 8.
dx
dy
Q17. If x cos y + x3 = tan-1x, find
.
dx

dy
= - (1+x)-2.
dx
dy
y
, Prove that
.

dx 2 y x

Q18. If x 1 y y 1 x 0 , Show that

Q19. If y = x

1
x .....

d2y
dy
x
2.
2
dx
dx
Q21. Differentiate the following w.r.t.x
3
2
2.
e3.log x (x4 +1)-1
1. x / (x -2x+1)
3.
(sinx +cosx)/(16 +9sin2x)
4.
log(sinx)
5.
cos2x.
6.
[(2+sin 2x)/(1+cos2x)] ex
7.
x4 / (x2-2x+1)
8.
(x-x2+3)
-x
9.
e .sin2x
10.
(x+e2x)
11.
cos4x sin3x
12.
x.log(x4)

Q20. If y = (Sin-1x) 2, Prove that (1-x2)

Q22. Find the derivative of (2x+1)/(2-3x) w.r.t.x.


Q23. find d2y/dx2, If x = a.sin(t) +cos(t) and y= a.cos(t)
Q24. Find the derivative of (sinx) x + xsinx w.r.t.x.
Q25. Find the derivative of tan(x )w.r.t.x.
Q26. If x = sin and y = a cos, find d2y/dx2
Q27. Evaluate

lim.
x/2

Q28. Find the values of a and


x=2:
3ax+b
f(x) =
10
5ax-2b

1-sinx 5(-2x)2
(-2x)2
b for which the following function is continuous at
if
if
if

x>2
x=2
x<2

Q29. Find dy/dx for the equation of circle whose centre is (-2,1) and radius is 4.
Q30. Find dy/dx if x2y + y2x = y3
Q31. Find the derivative of etan(x)w.r.t.x.
Q32. Differentiate sin2x w.r.t. cos2x.

(Inverse Trigonometric functions)


1 Mark Questions:
Q1.

Find the value of tan (cos14/5 + tan12/3)

Q2.

If we consider only the Principal value of the inverse trigonometric functions, then find the
value of tan

Q3.

If

Q4.

If (a < 0)and x

Q5.

then find x.

( a, a), simplify tan1


then the value of

Q6.

Find The value of

Q7.

If

Q8.

Find the principal value of

Q9.

If

Q10.

Show that

Q11.

Find the value of

Q12.

Find the value of

Q13.

Find the value of

Q14.

Express

find the value of

then what will be the range of y?

in terms of Sine and cosine

Q15.

Write down the domain and Range of

4 Marks Questions
Q1.

Solve of the equation tan1(x 1) + tan1x + tan1(x + 1) = tan1(3x)

Q2.

Solve of the equation

Q3.

Find the value of

Q4.

, then find the value of x

Q5.

Evaluate

Q6.

Find the value of

Q7.

What is the +ve integral solution of

Q8.

Find value of

at x =

Q9.

, then find whether >

Q10.

then solve for x.

Q11.

Find the value of x satisfying the equation

Q12.

Find the solution of equation

Q13.

Write the Simplified form of

Q14.

Evaluate

Q15.

Find the value of

6 Marks Questions

Q1.

Express

in the simplest form

Q2.

Prove that

Q3.

Solve

Q4.

Show that

Q5.

Find the value of:

Q6.

Prove that 2 tan-1{tan/2tan(/4-/2)}= tan-1{sin cos /(sin + cos }

Answers (1 Mark) :

(1) 17/6

(2) 3/29

(8)

(9) /2 y /2

/6

(3)

(4)

(5)
(12) tan-1

(11) /6

(6)
(13) 3 tan -1 x/a

Answers (4 Mark) :

(1) x=0 (2) -1/12

(3) 14/15

(7) for x = 1, y = 2 and for x = 2, y = 7

(12)

(13)

(4)

(8)

(14) 0 (15)

Answers (6 Mark) :
(1) (x/2 +/4) (2) x=1/6

(3) (x+y)/(1-xy)

(5)

(9)

(10) x=0

(6)

(11) x=2

SUBJECT-ECONOMICS

Worksheets for Holiday Homework

EXERCISE I: Introduction
1. Define Economics.
2. Define Economic Problem.
3. Define Production Possibility curve.
4. Define marginal rate of transformation.
5. State the assumptions of PPC.
6. When will PPC shift to the right?
7. Why is PPC concave to the origin?
8. Explain the following central problems of the economy:
a) What to produce b) How to produce c) For whom to produce
9. Distinguish between Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
10. What is meant by economizing of resources?

EXERCISE II: Consumer Equilibrium and Demand


1. Define the following:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.

Utility
Total Utility
Marginal Utility
Individual demand
Market demand
Inferior goods
Normal goods
Demand schedule
Demand curve
Consumer Equilibrium

2. State the determinants of Individual demand/market demand.


3. Distinguish between change in quantity demanded and change in demand.
4. Distinguish between expansion in demand and increase in demand.
5. Distinguish between contraction in demand and decrease in demand.

6. State the law of demand.


7. Define price elasticity of demand.
8. State the various degrees of elasticity of demand
9. Derive market demand schedule from individual demand schedules, assuming a market with 3
consumers X, Y, Z.
10. When price of a commodity rises from 5 to 10, demand falls from 200 to 120 units.
Find Ed by percentage method.
11. Ed is (-) 0.8 and the initial quantity demanded is 30 units. If change in price by Rs 1 causes 10%
change in demand. Find the original price at which the commodity was being sold.
12. State the law of diminishing marginal utility.
13. State the factor influencing elasticity of demand
14. Explain consumer equilibrium under utility approach. Use diagram.
15. Explain consumer equilibrium under indifference curve analysis. Use diagram.

EXERCISE III: Producer Behaviour and Supply


1. Define the following:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.

Production
Production function
Law of diminishing returns
Opportunity cost
Marginal cost
Total revenue
Marginal revenue
Average revenue
Supply
Supply Function
Supply schedule
Market Supply Curve

2. State Law of Variable Proportions/ Returns to a variable factor.


3. State Law of supply.
4. List the factors affecting market supply of a commodity.
5. State the condition of producer equilibrium under MR-MC approach.

6. Explain the relationships between the following:


i)
iii)

Total Product and Marginal Product ii) Average Cost and Marginal Cost
Average Revenue and Marginal Revenue iv) Total cost and Marginal Cost

7. Distinguish between the following:


a) Fixed Cost and Variable Cost.
b) Increasing Returns to Factor and Diminishing Returns to Factor.
c) Change in Quantity Supplied and Change in Supply.
d) Expansion in Supply and Increase in Supply.
e) Contraction in Supply and Decrease in Supply.

SUBJECT-PSYCHOLOGY

CASE STUDY
The main objective of preparing a case profile is to understand the individual in
totality. Prepare a case profile of the individual using the proposed format as given
below.
Find out the background information and developmental history of the
individual.
Identify the method of inquiry, i.e. interview or observation that you would like
to undertake to get complete information of the case.
Administer the psychological tests.
A case profile is to be prepared based on the suggested format.
Reflect on the causes to draw some preliminary conclusions.

1. Introduction
A brief introduction of about one or two pages presenting the nature of the problem,
its incidence, likely causes, and possible counselling outcomes.
A half page (brief) summary of the case.

2. Identification of Data
Name (may be fictitious)
Diagnosed Problem
Voluntary or Referral (i.e., by whom referred such as teacher, parent, sibling, etc.)
3. Case History
A paragraph giving age, gender, school attended, class (grade) presently enrolled in,
etc.
Information about socio-economic status (SES) consisting of information about
mothers/fathers education and occupation, family income, house type, number of
members in the family brothers, sisters and their birth order, adjustment in the
family, etc.
Information about physical health, physical characteristics (e.g., height and weight),
any disability/illness (in the past and present), etc.
Any professional help taken (past and present), giving a brief history of the problem,
attitude towards counselling (indicating the motivation to seek help, etc.).
Recording signs (i.e., what is observed in terms of facial expressions, mannerisms,
etc.) and symptoms (i.e., what the subject reports, for example, fears, worry, tension,
sleeplessness, etc.).
5. Administration of Psychological Tests.
a) Davids Battery of Differential Abilities (DBDA)
b) Maudsley Personality Inventory (MPI)
c) 16 Personality Factor (16PF)
d) State and Trait Anxiety Test (STAT)
e) PGI Wellbeing Measure
4. Concluding Comments

SUBJECT-ENGLISH
NOTICE WRITING
1. Due to a sudden landslide and unfavourable weather, St. Francis School. Vasco has to be closed
for a week. As the principal of that school, draft a notice in not more than 50 words to be
displayed at the school main gate notice board.
2. You are Secretary of Gymkhana Club, Madurai. Write a notice in not more than 50 words
informing the members to attend an extraordinary meeting of the governing body. Include
details like date, time venue, etc sign as Prabhu / Pratibha.
ADVERTISEMENTS
1. Draft an advertisement announcing the launch of special health drink by Health Care Private
Ltd., highlighting its nutritive value.
2. You are working for an advertising agency. Draft an attractive advertisement for the company
called Modern Machines which is launching washing machines.
3. You have recently started a Yoga Centre for school children. Draft an advertisement to be
published in a local daily about it, giving all relevant details.
4. You are Harish of No. 10 , Kailash Ganj Lucknow. Draft an advertisement to be published in the
daily The Hindustan Times, under classified columns to dispose off your car as you are going
abroad.
5. You have recently started a Centre for Personality Development for school children. Draft an
advertisement to be published in a local daily about it, giving all relevant details.
POSTER MAKING
1. You are the Secretary, Red Cross, New Delhi, Design a suitable poster prompting the citizens to
volunteer themselves for BLOOD DONATION at various camps organized by the Red Cross in
the city.
2. Design a poster for the Anti Smoking Day creating awareness among the general masses
about the harms of smoking.
3. You are Rajeev Nanda, Secretary Welfare Assocation, Faridabad City , Design a suitable poster
highlighting the EVILS OF DOWRY.
SPEECH WRITING
1. You are Ram/Rama, Head Boy/Girl of ABC School. Write a speech, in 150-200 words, that you
would deliver in the prayer assembly on the need for students to inculcate in themselves virtues
like truthfulness, punctuality etc. so that they may not only succeed in their own life but also
prove role models for others.
2. Write your views on the following issues in the form of a speech to the delivered in the morning
assembly of your school :
a) Female Foeticide
b) Importance of Games and Sports in Life
c) Care for the elderly

d) Rain Water Harvesting


e) Literacy for All
f)

Right to Information

g) Scams and Scandals are Hampering our Progress


h) Effects of Excessive T.V viewing by Children
i)

Avoiding Wastage of Food during Marriages

ARTICLE WRITING
1. What people read is what people believe. You are concerned about the ongoing controversy
regarding medias role in sensationalizing news, moulding public opinion and moral policing.
Write an article emphasizing the responsibility of media. You are Nayna Batra/Naresh Sharma
(word limit : 150-200).
2. The number of women in police force seems insufficient specially when we see the increasing
involvement of women in terrorist activities and criminal activities too. Write an article in 150200 words for Hindustan Times, on need of having more women in the police force.
3. Every activity that man indulges in creates waste of some kind. Some of the waste can be
recycled or reused. In fact the need of the hour is to conserve the earths resources in all
possible ways. Write an article on the topic, Conservation, Need of the Hour in 150-200 words.
You are Kamal/Kamla, a keen environmentalist.
LETTER WRITING
1. You are awaiting your class 12th results. Meanwhile, you would like to do a short term course on
personality development. Write a letter to the Director, Personal Care, Hyderabad, enquiring
about the course details. You are Kailash/Kusum of 148, Model Town, Delhi. (125 150 words)
2. You are Sudhir/Sita, the head boy/girl of ABC Public School, Jayanagar, Bangalore. An excursion
has been planned from your school to Mysore. Write a letter to the Secretary, Ace Youth Hostel,
Mysore requesting him to provide accommodation for 15 girls and 20 boys for three days. (125
150 words)
3. You are Ram/ Rama of 70, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi. Write a letter to the Police
Commissioner about the unauthorized construction of a block of 3 shops in the adjacent public
park. (120-150 words)

NOTES ON Chapters 1-4 The Invisible Man


CHAPTER 1. The Strange Mans Arrival
Summary

A stranger arrives in Bramble Hurst railway station.

He is bundled from head to foot with only the tip of his nose showing.

He enters the Coach & Horses Inn and demands a room and a fire. Mrs. Hall, the owner prepares
a supper for him and offers to take his coat and hat, but he refuses to take them off.

When he finally removes the hat, his entire head is swathed in a bandage.

Mrs. Hall thinks he has endured some accident. She tries to get him to talk about himself, but he
is taciturn with her, although not particularly rude.

Notes
This introduction to the Invisible Man through the eyes of the town people is actually about midway
through his own story. He has already gone from place to place trying to keep his cover and has
committed two acts of violence, one against his own father and the other against the proprietor of a
costume shop whom he tied and gagged in order to be able to steal clothing and money. Nevertheless,
his intention at this point is simply to find a quiet place and work as quickly as possible to find an
antidote to the invisibility. The primary thread of the story-that of the growing rumors and suspicions,
which eventually contribute to his exposure-is begun.
CHAPTER 2. Mr. Teddy Henfreys First Impressions
Summary

Teddy Henfrey, a clock repairman, comes to the inn for tea. Mrs. Hall asks him to repair the
clock in the strangers room.

Teddy deliberately takes as long as he can with the clock, taking it apart and reassembling it for
no reason. The stranger finally gets him to hurry up and leave.

Offended, Teddy talks himself into believing that the stranger is someone of a suspicious nature,
perhaps even wanted by the police and is wrapped up to conceal his identity.

Teddy runs into Mr. Hall and warns him about the stranger, informing him that a lot of luggage
will be coming. It would seem that the stranger intends to stay awhile.

Mr. Hall goes home intending to investigate the stranger, but is put off by the short-tempered
demeanor of his wife.

Notes
Mrs. Hall, although not a major character, is revealed as rather devious in a harmless sort of way. She
really wants to know what the mans disfigurement is; she assumes he has been in a horrible accident,
and the motherly side of her wants to know how to express sympathy. She is a very good innkeeper
under the circumstances. While she is not above using Teddy to pry for information, she does not
contribute to the spread of rumors. In fact, we are told later that she defends him as long as he is
faithful about paying his bill. Teddy is a character typical of the other people of the town. He wants to
know the mans story, and when he is rebuffed for his persistence, he begins to imagine all sorts of
things. His imagination soon becomes fact to him, and he spreads his new knowledge to anyone who
will listen.

CHAPTER 3. The Thousand and One Bottles


Summary

The strangers luggage arrives at the inn. Numerous crates fill the deliverymans cart, some of
them containing bottles packaged in straw.

Fearenside, the cartman, owns a dog that starts to growl when the stranger comes down the
steps to help with the boxes.

The dog jumps for the strangers hand, but misses and sinks his teeth in a pant leg. The dog tears
open the trouser leg, whereupon the stranger goes quickly back into the inn and to his room.

Concerned about the possibility of injury, Mr. Hall goes to the strangers room. He gets a
glimpse of what seems like a white mottled face before he is shoved by an unseen force back
through the door.

The stranger soon reappears at the door, his trousers changed, and gives orders for the rest of
his luggage.

The stranger unpacks 6 crates of bottles, which he arranges across the windowsill and all the
available table and shelf space in the inns parlor-a space he seems to have commandeered for
himself.

Mrs. Hall enters later to tend to his needs and catches a quick glimpse of him without his
glasses. His eyes seem hollow; he quickly puts his glasses on.

She starts to complain about the straw on the floor, but he tells her to put it on the bill and to
knock before entering his rooms.

She points out that he could lock his door if he doesnt want to be bothered, advice that he
takes. He then works behind the locked door all afternoon. At one point, Mrs. Hall hears him
raving about not being able to go on. She hears a sound like a bottle being broken.

Later she takes him tea and notes the broken glass and a stain on the floor. He again tells her to
put it on the bill.

Meanwhile Fearenside talks in the beer shop of Iping Hangar. Fearenside says that the stranger
is a black man, an assumption derived from the absence of pink flesh when the trouser leg
was ripped open.

When reminded of the pink nose, Fearenside claims that the man must therefore be a piebald,
or a part white, part black creature.

Notes
Fearenside is more observant than even he realizes. Of course, Griffin knows that a close look at his torn
pant leg will reveal a missing leg, but he also needs to get away from the dog until they can get the
animal under control. Subtle differences among characters of the town are beginning to be revealed.

Mrs. Hall notices a hollow look to the guests eyes, an appearance masked by the dark glasses he
usually wears. His frustration is over the failure of his experiments; she notes the mess he makes but
cleans up after him with minimal complaint when he gives her extra money. Fearenside, on the other
hand, liberally discusses the discoveries he has made as a result of the brief encounter. Fearenside
refers to horses as an example of the patchy color that can happen when black and white are mixed.
CHAPTER 4. Mr. Cuss Interviews the Stranger
Summary

The stranger works diligently in his room until the end of April with only occasional skirmishes
with Mrs. Hall.

Whenever she disapproves of anything he does, he quiets her with additional payment. He
rarely goes out during the day, but goes out nearly every night, muffled up regardless of the
weather.

His identity becomes a topic of speculation in the town. Mrs. Hall defends him, repeating his
own words that he is an experimental investigator.

The view of the town is that he is a criminal trying to escape justice. Mr. Gould, the probationary
assistant imagines that the man must be an anarchist who is preparing explosives.

Another group of people believe he is a piebald and could make a lot of money if he chose to
show himself at the fairs. All agree, however, that due to his habits of secrecy, they dislike him.

The young men begin to mock his bearing; a song called Bogey Man becomes popular and
children follow at a distance calling out Bogey Man.

The curiosity of a general practitioner named Cuss is aroused, and he contrives for an interview.
During the interview the stranger accidentally removes his hand from his pocket. Cuss is able to
see down the empty sleeve to the elbow. Cuss questions him about moving an empty sleeve.

The stranger laughs, then extends the empty sleeve toward Cusss face and pinches his nose.
Cuss leaves in terror and tells his story to Bunting, the vicar.

Notes
In spite of Halls defense, Griffin will be the cause of his own destruction. Perhaps it is the frustration of
always having to guard his secret that causes him to act offensively when challenged, but in any case, he
could have handled the situation differently. The deliberate pinching of Cusss nose is not only an
unnecessary affront, but is also a mark of Griffins immaturity. Bringing pain upon others for the sake of
his own amusement, however, will soon deteriorate to performing criminal acts. In fact, although
Bunting is about to become Griffins new victim, Griffin has already been foraging at night for places that
he could rob in order to maintain his materials and keep up with his rent. This chapter nudges the plot
forward a bit by bringing in Bunting the vicar. The actions which will follow begin to bring the town
together in an awareness of a stranger in their midst.