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Heat and Dust Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1 Section 3 Summary

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The date of this journal entry is February 16th. The narrator has found a room in Satipur. Although she shares the bathroom in the yard with the other people living above the cloth shop, she feels very private in her own room, where she can look down at the bazaar from her single window. Her furniture consists of her sleeping bag and a small desk the height of a footstool, on which she has placed her papers: her Hindi grammar book, her journal and Olivia's letters. She fears that her sparse furnishings disappoint her landlord, Inder Lal, who happens to work near the house where Olivia had lived with Douglas: Their old house had been "divided and sub-divided." It currently housed the Municipal Water Board, the Health Department and a Post Office sub-station.

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