My Financial Career Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share My Financial Career Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of The World In a Wall, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening and Michelangelo so, you can check these posts as well.

My Financial Career Questions & Answers

Question 1: Why did the narrator go to the bank?

Answer: The narrator went to the bank to deposit 56 dollars.

Question 2: What did the narrator know about the bank?

Answer: The narrator had an idea that a person who is about to open an account must consult the manager.

Question 3: How did the narrator meet the manager?

Answer: The narrator went to the accountant and asked for the manager.

Question 4: What made the manager think that the narrator was a detective?

Answer: The narrator insisted to see the bank manager alone. This made the manager to think that the narrator was a detective.

Question 5: Read and answer the questions:

The manager looked relieved but still serious; he concluded that I was son of Baron Rothschild or a young Gould.

(a) Why did the manager think that the narrator was a son of Baron Rothschild or a young Gould?

Answer: The manager gathered from the narrator mysterious manner that if he was not a detective. He must be a blue blood.

(b) Why was the manager still serious when he knew that the narrator was not a detective?

Answer: The manager was still serious because he was not satisfied with the reason for the narrator’s visit.

(c) What has happened just before these quoted lines?

Answer: The manager had questioned the narrator and had asked whether he was a detective or not, which the narrator denied and said that he was not a detective.

My Financial Career Questions & Answers

Question 6: How does the story end in humorous manner?

Answer: The story ended in humorous manner because the narrator first deposited 56 dollars and withdrew the entire amount.

Question 7: Read and answer the questions:

‘Is it deposited?’ I asked as hallow vibrating voice.

(a) Who is ‘I’ here?

Answer: The narrator is ‘I’ in the quoted line sentence.

(b) What did the narrator do next?

Answer: Thereafter, the narrator placed a request to draw a cheque.

(c) Why did the people in the bank have an impression that he was an invalid millionaire?

Answer: Due to narrator’s erratic behaviour and mysterious ways, some people in the bank have an impression that he was an invalid millionaire.

Question 8: Read and answer the questions:

Reckless with misery, I made a plunge.

(a) Who took a plunge and why?

Answer: The narrator took a plunge because he had realised that he had written 56 instead of 6 and had gone too far to reason. He had a feeling that it was impossible to explain the thing.

(b) Why was the narrator reckless with misery?

Answer: The narrator was reckless with misery because people in the bank rattled him and, in that nervousness, he had made mistake as well.

(c) Why did he have a feeling that it was impossible to explain the thing?

Answer: He had that feeling because everybody was staring at him.

Question 9: Read and answer the questions:

He gave it to me and I rushed out.

(a) Why did the people in the bank laugh?

Answer: The people in the bank laughed at the foolishness of the narrator.

(b) Where did the narrator keep his savings and in what form?

Answer: The narrator kept his savings in the form of silver dollars in his socks.

(c) Describe the condition of the narrator when he left the bank?

Answer: He heaved a sigh of relief when he finally left the bank.

Question 10: Justify the title of the story. How does the story relate to the common man and the not-so common man?

Answer: The title of story is apt because it is ironic for a common man to deal with complications and formal behaviour of the bank employees.

So, these were My Financial Career Questions & Answers.