The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

In America, Biju sells hot dogs for Gray's Papaya. Biju watches as the men borderline sexually harass the pretty girls that buy hot dogs. He tried waving his confidence around the same way they did, but he was still a boy. One day after work, his co-workers take him to a Dominican prostitute. He refuses, saying that they are dirty. Each day he thinks of another excuse why he can't have sex with a prostitute. Biju is relieved when his boss has to fire them because of a green card check.

Chapter 3 Analysis

Biju still doesn't consider himself a man, especially since he is so captivated by the confidence that the men he works with portray when talking to women. He is scared to sleep with prostitutes and knows that it is not the right way, not the clean way to have sex...

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