Such a Long Journey - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Roshan's diarrhea, the hidden money, and Sohrab's departure trouble Gustad's daybreak prayers. He ignores the third concern. Inspector Bamji is leaving for work, so he and Gustad chat briefly about the municipal proposal and about passers-by urinating on the wall. Bamji asks what Tehmul might have been talking about regarding a mountain of money in the Nobles' apartment. Fortunately, no one takes Scrambled Eggs seriously, although Gustad worries that thieves might want a look. Tehmul is absent from the compound all evening. Gustad watches for Tehmul to warn him again.

Cavasji is railing against the monsoons that will soon ruin people's lives. His daughter-in-law, Mrs. Pastakia, requests fresh mint leaves to calm him. Gustad dislikes the inquisitive, short-tempered, demanding woman, but obliges. Gustad brings in some flower spikes to prepare one of Miss Kutpitia's brews to administer to Roshan. Gustad next prepares a...

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