The Man-Eater of Malgudi - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

The following morning life returns to normal. Sastri and Nataraj begin printing the fruit juice labels for K.J. The old mail carrier, Thanappa, stands in the doorway of the press, visibly shaken. He delivers a receipt and states, "This receipt has to be signed." The receipt is addressed to Vasu, and Nataraj tells Thanappa to seek Vasu for the signature. Thanappa says that he did and found the taxidermist dead in his apartment.

Nataraj asks Thanappa not to tell anyone about Vasu's death and then ascends the stairs to Vasu's apartment in order to investigate the situation. Vasu is in the same position as the evening before. Nataraj notices Rangi's jute bag lying near the corpse, but he dares not investigate for fear of leaving fingerprints. As he is leaving the apartment, Nataraj notices the green collections folder in the pocket of Vasu's bush coat. Nataraj...

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