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Malgudi Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Martyr's Corner, Wife's Holiday Summary

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The Martyr's Corner, Wife's Holiday Summary

The Martyr's Corner

Rama has a good business. He goes out most days on Market Street and sells Indian snacks and coffee to evening crowds. The customers like the food and some people buy stuff there every day. Rama and his wife are happy about his business. Each day working costs 5 rupees in supplies and yields 10 rupees in sales at the end of the day. When Rama goes to sleep he has some nightmares about police and health officials, but nothing major ever happens with them. Then, there is a political disturbance in town. Rama goes out and finds that there is fighting going on. Eventually, the police fire their guns. Rama hides, and then the next day, must set up further down the road. When things settle down ten days later, Rama hopes to return to business, but...

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