A Fine Balance - Chapter 14, Return of Solitude Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Return of Solitude Summary

It had been a long time since Dina had been in the flat alone, but for the next six weeks, alone she would be. Ishvar and Om had returned to their village for the wedding, and Maneck had returned home for his vacation. Two days earlier, the house had been full and their routine regular. However, with nothing to do, the slowly passing hours felt strange and unusual. Dina continued to work on the quilt, which the tailors, had picked out different fabrics for and recalled the memories attached to them. They had picked out the good memories and remembered the bad. Dina offered to cut out those pieces associated with bad memories, but Ishvar refused. All those times were necessary to lead them to where they were. They had begun a game, picking a piece and trying to remember where...

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