Ans. In both the chapters, ‘Chandni’ and ‘I want something in a cage,’ the idea of freedom is discussed as a priceless possession. Its value is known only to those who do not have it but desire it. The strange customer in “I want something in a cage” spends his entire earnings to buy someone’s freedom; the pair of doves. This was his way of appreciating freedom and expressing his joy at his new found freedom. Chandni, too, pays a price for desiring freedom, but does so willingly. Paying a heavy price for gaining freedom is better than living a life in prison.