Deep River - Chapter Thirteen, He Hath No Form Nor Comeliness Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen, He Hath No Form Nor Comeliness Summary

The television at the hotel continues to report on Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's death. Isobe is watching it, along with the hotel employees. Sanjō comes downstairs with his camera. He is planning to head to the Ganges to take photos. Isobe warns him about not taking photos of the funerals, especially with tempers running high because of Indira Gandhi's death. Sanjō takes a taxi to the river, rejecting the begging children who greet him. He plans to secretly take a picture of the forbidden ritual to make a name for himself as a photographer. As soon as he pulls out his camera, though, Ōtsu sees him and warns him to stop. Sanjō thinks that he might be able to bribe Ōtsu to help him get a picture.

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