Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
I’ve got freedom to gain. As for myself, I’m a poor hunted rat. As Vincent Charles Gerrard I’m free to go places and do nothing. I can eat well and sleep and without having to be ready to beat it at the sight of a cop.
(i) Who has been referred to as ‘a poor hunted rat’ here?
(ii) What does the intruder has to gain? How?
(iii) Find the words from the passage which are opposites of:
(a) lose, (b) bounded.
(i) The intruder has been referred to as ‘a poor hunted rat’ here.
(ii) The intruder has freedom to gain. He will gain it after killing Gerrard and by becoming Gerrard himself.
(iii) (a) lose — gain
(b) bounded — free