Golden Child: A Novel - Chapters 4 – 7 Summary & Analysis

Claire Adam
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Chapter 4 shifts to the beginning of the main narrative, which starts with the birth of Clyde’s sons. Peter is born healthy, but it appears that Paul may have received slightly insufficient oxygen during the birth process. Regardless, both babies survive. Clyde’s uncle-in-law, Vishnu, is present with Clyde and Joy on the day of the births. Vishnu is technically a wealthy man, as he has made much money from successful business ventures. However, he lives frugally, as he sees no sense in spending money just to impress other people. To help cover the costs of caring for the babies, Vishnu freely gives money to Clyde and says that Clyde should not feel obligated to pay it back. Clyde is grateful. One day, when the twins are almost toddlers, Clyde takes them to a special barber at a festival in the village. Paul is...

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