The Home and the World - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

In the eighth part of Sandip's Story, Sandip realizes the demand he has just made of Bimala is a large one, and though he feels scruples at first, he recalls that man's mission is to be aggressive. He worries Bimala will not be able to acquire the 50,000 rupees. Trouble arises when the police announce they are on the trail of the man who sank Mirjan's boat, and the men threaten to reveal Sandip's part in the arrangement if he is caught. Sandip must now bribe the police and pay Mirjan hush-money for his boat, so he needs the money soon.

In the next part of Sandip's Story, Sandip plans to rouse patriotism in his countrymen by making them see the motherland as a goddess. Nikhil argues he should not seek the aid of illusions for the true Cause because God clears away illusions...

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