In Other Rooms, Other Wonders - Story 1 Summary & Analysis

Daniyal Mueenuddin
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Summary

In “Nawabdin Electrician,” a narrator describes the life of clever electrician Nawab, a married man with thirteen children (twelve of them daughters). Nawab is skilled at rigging electrical installations so that they use less power and cost less money. Though his busy, regular job is working for landowner K.K. Harouni, Nawab takes on extra odd jobs to sustain his large family. Those jobs are not always successful.

Nawab convinces Harouni to buy him a motorcycle, saying that he (Nawab) is aging and cannot get around on foot as well as he used to. Harouni, who is feeling generous that evening, agrees to Nawab’s request and buys him a motorcycle. Nawab is soon busier than ever. Nevertheless, he manages to make it home every night to be with his family. Even though he is working harder than ever, he is still happy.

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