Briefly discuss the character of the girl.

The girl who joined the narrator in Ruskin Bond’s ‘The Eyes Have It is an interesting girl. Like the narrator, she also tried to hide her blindness. Though she was advised by her parents not to talk with any unknown passenger, she happily involved herself in a discourse with the narrator. She frankly tells about her love for Mussoorie, she acknowledges the narrator’s bahaviour with a clear, ringing laugh. She is cordial throughout the conversation. She claims no sympathy as a blind girl. It seems that she is also fond of guessing game. Her sweet, sensitive appearance in the story makes her an interesting and lovable character. At the end of the story she remains a partially explored mystery.

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