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

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Part Two - In the City, Chapter Eighteen Summary

Karim returns to London, seeing it with new eyes after his time abroad. He sees everything changing. The country is on the brink of a political decision between two extremes—the socialist revolution or the rise of the Right.

Karim gets a part on a soap opera and, feeling he has some success to present to them, returns to see his father and Eva. Eva greets him like a prodigal son. She is being interviewed for a magazine about the refurbishment of her flat. Ted arrives and Karim sees his transformation into a fulfilled, happy person is complete. When Eva and Ted leave, Haroon and Karim reconnect. Haroon is unhappy that Eva's attentions are no longer focused on him. He has also decided, finally, to leave his job...

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