Why did the Peddler not reveal his true identity when the ironmaster mistakes him to be the Captain. He could not comprehend why the girl was so supportive to him.
He then saw the forge of the Ramsjo Iron-Works and went there to spend the night near the forge. He felt that now his own time had come and the forest was like an impenetrable prison, a rattrap.
The ironmaster was sure to help the vagabond get over his tramp manners because he had mistaken the latter for his old comrade. This makes the sad, the weary and melancholy tramp very human and real.
Why did the Peddler choose to go through the forest. He thanked her for her kindness. When the ironmaster threatened to call the Sherriff, how did the peddler react. The rattrap brings home the fact that human goodness is an intrinsic part of ones nature.
Life is one big rat trap. Thus the crofter welcomed the vagabond under his roof.
He also played a game of cards with him. He said that the whole world is nothing but a big rattrap. The crofter told him about his life and showed him the thirty kronor that the crofter had kept near the window. The pedellar was touched by the kind treatment Edla gave him. She empathised with him and was thus kind to him even though she knew who he was.
The peddler is a man who has fallen upon misfortune and now resorts to selling rattraps, begging, and thievery. At that time, the iron-master, the owner of the factory, came in. Once a man went around selling small rattraps but he took to begging and thievery to keep his body and soul together.
The girl was shattered and the ironmaster wondered if anything would be stolen from the house by the time they reach. It was a cold winter night and the darkness was already surrounding the forest which meant increased danger.
There could be some individuals with the strength of character to break through the rattrap and discover the essential human goodness. She instilled a certain confidence in him.
She does not for a moment doubt his integrity and the tramp repays this faith and kindness by leaving behind the stolen kroner to be returned to the rightful owner along with one of his rattraps as a present and a letter addressed to the daughter thanking her for elevating his status to that of a captain and for the chance to redeem his mistake.
The peddler came back to the cottage. But she continued to insist him to stay with them and made it clear to him that he is free to leave whenever he wants. He apologized for lying to the girl and her father and leaves her a present, a rat trap and the stolen money thirty croner bills of the old man to be returned.
"The Rat Trap" concerns a beggar who sometimes sells rat traps, but more often is forced to beg or even steal to stay alive.
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The story is about an old disheartened peddler who is taken in and shown generosity by a young woman. Her generosity and kindness change his bitter attitude towards life. The peddler is a man who has fallen upon misfortune and now resorts to.
'The Rattrap' authored by Selma Lagerlof gives us the idea that life is a big rattrap. It sets out many baits for people by way of temptation and once they are caught,it seems to be a never. Summary of “The Rattrap” by Selma Lagerlof. This story by Selma Lagerlof is about a poor vagabond who went around selling rattrap.
His life was full of struggles and misery as he had to resort to begging and petty thievery for survival. He plods along the road and moves from one place to another but still does not feel welcomed anywhere.The rat trap by selma lagerlof