Family Matters - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Coomy's worst fears are realized. Two laborers lug Nariman home from his evening walk. He has fallen into a trench and injured his ankle. Jal, at the behest of Coomy, goes across the street and knocks on Dr. Fitter's house. Her first inclination is to have the two men lug Nariman over to Dr. Fitter's house, but Jal prevails on her to let him go. Dr. Fitter has retired and given up his practice, but he has occasionally helped out in emergencies. Fitter is annoyed at being disturbed. He scolds Jal, and indirectly, Coomy for letting Nariman go for a walk alone. He tells Jal to take Nariman to the hospital immediately. The two laborers help get Nariman into the back seat of a taxi. Coomy gets into the front seat, while Jal and the two laborers follow in another taxi. At the hospital, Dr. Tarapore, Nariman's...

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