The Buddha of Suburbia - Part Two - In the City, Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

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Part Two - In the City, Chapter Ten Summary

Karim goes back to live with his mother in their old house, while he waits for rehearsals to begin. Margaret is beginning to put her life back together. When rehearsals start on "The Jungle Book," Karim's dislike of Shadwell intensifies, but he finds that the rest of the cast agree with him. Karim befriends Terry, an older socialist actor to whom he is very attracted. As rehearsals develop, Karim is upset that Shadwell wants him to wear dark makeup and adopt an Indian accent, turning him into a racist caricature, but he agrees to it under pressure.

Haroon and Eva's relationship has left its honeymoon period and, though they still love each other, strains have started to appear. Eva is less interested in Haroon's Eastern Philosophy and Haroon begins...

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