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The Buddha of Suburbia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One - In the Suburbs, Chapter Six Summary

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Part One - In the Suburbs, Chapter Six Summary

Karim picks up Changez, Jamila's fiancée, as he arrives in England. Jamila has decided to give in to her father's wishes to save his life. There is an awkward welcoming party at Anwar's house. Changez and Jamila do not even speak. Anwar becomes upset as he realizes that Changez not only has a minor disability—one of his arms is withered—but has no interest in Anwar's business. Changez is not the husband that Anwar had imagined for his daughter. Karim takes pity on Changez and talks to him, angering Jamila. Karim feels sorry for Changez, and actually quite likes him. Changez asks Karim to show him around. He wants to see some cricket and visit lots of bookstores. Changez is a voracious reader.

Haroon arrives and asks Karim to...

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