The Man-Eater of Malgudi - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Nataraj invites a waste paper buyer into his attic in order to sell the old papers that are stored there. After examining the paper, the old Moslem paper buyer states, "most of the paper is too old and is completely brown." Nataraj and the paper buyer are in the midst of their business transaction when Vasu pulls up to the front of the store in his jeep.

The Moslem purchases the papers for twenty-five rupees. Vasu is interested in the attic and asks, in a demanding way, if he might stay there for a while until he finds a place of his own. Nataraj agrees, and Vasu begins moving in immediately, returning the following day with assistants, who sweep and clean the floors.

Sen, the journalist, and the poet avoid the press for a while after Vasu's move, but they return, only to be confronted by Vasu's...

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