The conversation between Todd and the narrator centered around the former’s trip to Bermuda. Then, the narrator asked about the currency used in Bermuda and whether it is at par with the American Dollar. During the entire conversation, the thought of the dollar borrowed by Todd was at the back of the narrator’s mind. . . .
Todd is a Major in the army. He is also the narrator’s friend and had borrowed a dollar from the narrator a year ago. Todd and the narrator seem to be close friends because they meet each other practically everyday. The fact that Todd had not repayed the borrowed dollar does not seem to make any difference in their friendship. . . .
Major Todd has failed to return the loan of one dollar as the monet borrowed was a rather small sum of money. Due to this reason he has almost forgotten to return the loan. Also the money was borrowed from a close friend and probably Major Todd thought that it was not important between friencds to be concerned about this small sum of money. This tells u . . .