Swimming Lessons - Lend Me Your Light Summary & Analysis

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Lend Me Your Light Summary

Kersi Boyce and Jamshed leave Bombay the same year, for New York and Toronto. At St. Xavier's, Jamshed is Percy Boyce's friend; they are both four years older than Kersi. After high school, Percy and Jamshed go to different colleges. Percy, Navjeet, and other friends organize a charitable agency to help destitute farmers. Jamshed's goal is to leave the "bloody corruption" of India. Percy is in the village when Jamshed comes to say farewell, and the Boyces announce Kersi will go to Toronto. Within months, Kersi's departure is arranged. Kersi's last glimpses of his home come through dark glasses.

After a year in Toronto, Kersi receives a letter from Jamshed in New York. He has returned from a two-week visit to Bombay, where he visited Kersi's folks. Jamshed is glad Kersi has left India and wonders how...

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