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Saroo Brierley
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Come with me. I’m going to take you to your mother.
-- Unidentified man (Prologue paragraph NA)

Importance: When Saroo travels to his native India, he hopes to track down his family beginning with his old home. The home, however, is no longer lived in by Saroo’s family. A nearby man notices Saroo asking about his family. The unknown man decides to help. He tells Saroo he will take Saroo to his mother.

My transition to life in another country and culture wasn’t as difficult as one might expect, most likely because, compared to what I’d gone through in India, it was obvious that I was better off in Australia.”
-- Saroo (Chapter 1 paragraph NA)

Importance: Here, Saroo explains his transition into Australian and Western society after being adopted by Mum and Dad. Mum and Dad are very kind, doing all they can to facilitate the transition by decorating the house with Indian objects to having dinner with an...

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