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House of Sand and Fog Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II: Section 47 Summary

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Part II: Section 47 Summary

Behrani has followed Burdon's orders and sits at the kitchen counter sipping bitter tea (the samovar had been on all night). He observes that Lester and his girlfriend sit on his sofa eating his bread and drinking his tea. He sees that the fog has lifted. Nadi is as silent as the night they fled Iran; for this, he is both grateful and resentful that she has surrendered the burden of action to him. Esmail has finished eating and looks at him hopefully. But Behrani has no real plan (the tax bureaucrat he had spoken to on the phone was overjoyed he was selling the house back to the county). He could do as instructed, which would be to drive to Redwood City and pick up the cashier's check made out to him. He thinks about the hotel bills that will eat up...

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