Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows: A Novel - Section 3, Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Balli Kaur Jaswal
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Chapter 7

Pages 111-116: While out searching for a recording device for her classes, Nikki finds herself back in the Oxfam shop. There, she picks up a box of Enid Blyton story cassettes and notices the Beatrix Potter book again. Before leaving, she asks the clerk if she has seen the collected journals and illustrations, unable to let go of the dream of getting her hands on a copy again, but the journals remain elusive.

Before leaving for India, Kulwinder laments the fact that Sarab is refusing to go with her this year. She feels unable to talk to him about his own grieving of their daughter, and the two continue to suffer alone. Through the window, Kulwinder catches sight of Nikki knocking on the door of Number 18, only to be pointed next door to Tarampal's home, where she leaves a box on...

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