Derry and Mr Lamb both are victims of physical impairment, but their attitudes towards life are completely different. Derry and Mr Lamb have the Same sense of loneliness and they both live a secluded life due to their physical disability. Mr Lamb is disabled but calm and maintains peace with people around him. He has a tin leg as his real one was blown away in a war. He . is not irritated by the children who call him ‘Lamey-Lamb’. He always lives in peace. On the other hand, Derry has a burnt face as he got acid all down his face in an unfortunate accident. He is always conscious of it and so gets alienated from the world. Before coming in contact with Mr Lamb, Derry feels lonely due to the behaviour of the people but Lamb inspires him and fills him with self-confidence and determination. His meeting with Mr Lamb is a turning point in his life. He learns to live a respectful life. Mr Lamb teaches him to live life to the fullest regardless of his disability. He tells him to move ahead in life as his brain and senses are competent enough. He imbibes a positive attitude in him. He shows him the way to live in this world in spite of his disability because he could do much better than others.