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The Home and the World - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In Bimala's Story, Part 6, Bimala loses her feeling of shame even when the Bara Rani mocks her, saying it is time for the men of the house to weep. Sandip makes her feel beautiful, and since he is not a mere individual because he has the minds of millions in the country within him, her sister-in-law's jests no longer touch her, especially after he calls her Queen Bee of the hive, causing her to feel a strength she has never felt before. Sandip consults her about everything concerning the Cause, and since her responses seem to astonish him, he praises women for having a way of understanding without thinking. Bimala's mind is so clouded that she is unaware of a cruel thing happening, but she suggests that this is, perhaps, women's nature.

In the second part of Sandip's Story, Sandip gets an inkling that something has gone...

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