The Hundred-Foot Journey - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Richard C Morais
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When Hassan and Ubar missed their life in Mumbai, they would take the tube into Central London to Camden Locks. It was crowded and bustling and reminded them of home. It was on the other side of the tracks in Camden that sleazy tattoo parlors, body piercing shops, and ring-studded Goths abounded. These things made Hassan realize that he wasn’t the strangest person on earth.

Their favorite spot was a Mumbai grill that featured Bollywood posters on the wall and served lamb Madras and chicken curry. One afternoon after eating, they decided to check out the nearby Indian shops. There were cheap Indian carryalls and bright scarves for sale. All of it reminded the boys of their homeland. It was in one of these shops that Hassan first met Adhidha, his first love. She was a shop girl who helped him pick something...

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