Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

Chapter 14

The Chawla's bank account is growing. Enough money is accruing to build a proper hermitage for Sampath—a sturdy, concrete building away from the disturbing, drunken monkeys. Sampath says he will never leave the tree and the monkeys are not drunk, they are just playful. Kulfi sides with Sampath. Sampath feels a real connection to his mother and the monkeys. The monkeys are having no luck in stealing liquor in the orchard so they return to the bazaar where they overpower an old woman who is selling illicit liquor and devour the whole supply. When they return to the Chawla compound, they are drunker than ever before.

The monkeys destroy everything in the compound. Pots and pans go flying, mail is shredded, objects are thrown and smashed. They even send Sampath reeling, making him fear for his safety. Finally...

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