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

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Part Two - In the City, Chapter Fifteen Summary

The play opens with a small tour of preview performances, though Karim's relationships with the rest of the troupe are fracturing. Carol, with whom he has most of his scenes, hates his performance, Eleanor is becoming more and more distant and Karim suspects, accurately, that Pyke has been using him for his own amusement.

Karim visits Changez, who is enjoying communal life, though Jamila is sleeping with Simon, one of the other commune members. A few days later, Changez is attacked by racist thugs. He is alright, but shaken up.

Karim is supposed to meet Jamila and some friends for a protest march, but instead decides to follow Eleanor in a fit of paranoia. Eleanor goes to Pyke's house and stays for a few hours. Afterwards, Karim confronts her...

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