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A Fine Balance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Day at the Circus, Night in the Slum Summary

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Chapter 6, Day at the Circus, Night in the Slum Summary

It is the morning that Maneck arrives at Dina Dalal's, and the two tailors were contemplating going in early to see him. But as they left their hut to go and do their business, they saw a gathering of double-decker buses outside the slum. As they squatted, they were joined by Rajaram, and they speculated as to why the buses were there, suggesting that maybe there was going to be a new terminal there. On the way back, Rajaram asked one of the bus drivers the meaning of their gathering, to which he got no definite answer. The last bus soon arrived, this one full of policeman and businessmen with briefcases and pamphlets.

The bus emptied and the slum dwellers gathered to see what was going on. They were told that...

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