The Hundred-Foot Journey - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Richard C Morais
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Hassan was in and out of consciousness the next few days. He remembered the IV hanging over his head, the bumpy ride to the hospital, and his father’s worried face looming over him. After Hassan began to recover, Abbas told Hassan that they were moving back to London. Tears began to run down Hassan’s face. He didn’t want to leave. As Abbas tried to convince him that it was best for the family and that they would never be accepted in Lumiere, there was a knocking on the hospital door. Abbas opened it to find Mallory and LeBlanc standing there. She came to see how Hassan was doing. Abbas angrily told her to leave. She had won. They would be moving.

Mallory felt vindicated. She tried to do the right thing by visiting Hassan. But, LeBlanc was angry. She was blessed...

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