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Home Fire - Karamat (Chapters 8-9) Summary & Analysis

Shamsie, Kamila
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Karamat walks along the Thames, thinking about his disappointment in his son and the proposed legislation for stripping citizenship from those deemed undeserving. He receives a call from Eamonn, who has been taken out of London by friends because of the media firestorm over his relationship with Aneeka. Eamonn tells Karamat he is making a mistake not allowing Parvaiz's body to come home to England. Karamat asks if Aneeka told him to say this and Eamonn hangs up in disgust. Karamat recalls having his security agents physically restrain Eamonn so that he could not go to Aneeka after their first conversation about her.

The next morning there are images of Aneeka on the news, dressed in white, sitting on the lawn of the British Embassy in Karachi, protesting her brother's treatment. Karamat watches as Parvaiz's body is brought to the site and...

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