Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard - Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

Chapter 18

The monkeys are at it again, drinking and attacking people both in the orchard and at the bazaar. The monkeys have become quite dangerous. They attack two young men who are having a drink at a cafe. The men are bitten up and down their arms and are taken to the hospital. Monkey bites are dangerous because the animals can carry rabies. A report about the possibility of rabies from monkey bites is published in the newspaper which frightens the community. The Hanuman Temple takes the side of the monkeys and issues a statement that the monkeys have been treated unfairly and that evil forces are attempting to corrupt Hindu practices. The holy men state that they are willing to sacrifice themselves for the sake of the monkeys.

With all the furor surrounding the monkeys, people are paying less and...

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