Such a Long Journey - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Peerbhoy's followers are ready to march on the municipal offices to demand action. They want to march in their work clothes and display their work implements. They recruit a reluctant but prestigious Dr. Paymaster, who is convinced the suffering cutting out the gangrenous infection at the local level can save body politic of India. The doctor will march in white coat and stethoscope and carry his distinctive black bag. Four handcarts of gutter filth and other debris are gathered to illustrate the neighborhood's plight. The group has prepared banners and placards are prepared has rehearsed slogans. The police mobilize to control traffic and to make sure non-violence will prevail. Mistry portrays Paymaster and Peerbhoy as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza sallying forth. They are invited to the head of the cheering column.

Dilnavaz finds J. Bilimoria's funeral listed in the paper, and shows...

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