boys suckled on grief and unrest, told me that I had struck a fine blow....

javidtak

Member
Persian
Hi, Would you please explain the general meaning of this sentence?
Some of the wisest voters in our part of the valley, boys suckled on grief and unrest, told me that I had struck a fine blow for tenants all over the world.
 
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    Please tell us where you found this sentence (that is, its source), and in what context (that is, what is going on in the situation). Also, which parts of the sentence do you understand, and which ones are confusing you?
     

    javidtak

    Member
    Persian
    I don't understand the meaning of marked part. I do not have all of the story. I have only one paragraph.
    Everybody made a great fuss of me as we were waiting for the trial. I came right out from behind the front door when the bailiffs called about my father’s debts and there was no need to make a single statement about death or calling next week. They were off. Some of the wisest voters in our part of the valley, boys suckled on grief and unrest, told me that I had struck a fine blow for tenants all over the world.
     
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