"Good-luck to you, Trevelyan", I said. ''And may you get the petunias for your princess!"(a) Why does the narrator call the listener Trevelyan?(b) Why does the narrator refer to Petunias?(c) What do you understand by ‘Petunias'?
(a) The narrator felt that the travelling salesman was as romantic as the hero Trevelyan in the best-selling novel.(b) He refers to Petunias because John was getting off in Coke town to collect some Petunias for Jessie.(c) Petunias are one of the most popular flowers of South American origin.