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Major Pettigrew's Last Stand Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 21-25; Epilogue Summary

Helen Simonson
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chapters 21-25; Epilogue Summary

Chapter 21:

The Major finds the house of Jasmina's relatives. The Major knocks on the door and asks to speak to Jasmina. A young woman calls her father to tell him of the arrival of the Major. The young woman will not fetch Jasmina nor tell the Major anything except that her father will be home right away. The father enters the house. He has Americanized himself to be called "Dave," which the Major thinks is ridiculous.

Dave talks about Jasmina's stay with them and how it is her time in life to read and rest and not have to work any more. It should be a relief to her to give up the shop to Abdul Wahid. Dave says he looks forward to the day when he can give up his business to Abdul Wahid and then he, too, will be underfoot. It...

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