The Home and the World - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

In the twentieth part of Bimala's Story, Sandip returns to tell her that battles in the world are fought by two hypnotic forces and he has found his match in her, before asking what she will do with him now. Bimala chides him for his endless speeches and tells him to look in his book because he is getting the words wrong. Nikhil enters and looks at Sandip in surprise before announcing that Sandip will accompany him to Calcutta tomorrow. Sandip objects, but Nikhil insists. Sandip claims he has been a fixture in Bengal because his entire world has been reduced to this single spot, but he takes leave of Bimala with worship in his heart. As he again takes his leave, Bimala hands him her jewels to convey to the object of her worship to whom she has dedicated them through Sandip...

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