A Suitable Boy - Part 7, 23 through 46 Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, 23 through 46 Summary

Meenakshi comes in from her assignation all smiles and is briefly even nice to Mrs. Rupa Mehra. That soon breaks down over an argument about what Lata is to wear for a night on the town. Mrs. Mehra has what Meenakshi sees as old fashioned ideas. The night is to begin with cocktails at the Finlays. A dispute arises over what is acceptable to wear for dancing the tango, a term Mrs. Rupa Mehra simply does not understand. About a third of the guests at the Finlays is Indian and men and women mix freely and unselfconsciously. When Billy and his wife arrive, it is time for them leave for the dancing. Arun, still looking for an "up and coming" suitable boy for Lata thinks Bish Bhaduri might be a possibility, but Lata wishes he were "up-and-going." Meenakshi brazenly recruits a...

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