The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

After the cook drops Sai off for tutoring, he does his errands in town and sells the homemade brew he starting making to support his son because the judge pays him so little. Working as a servant for a family that never appreciated you was the worst feeling in the world in the cook's mind. The cook was so jealous of servants who were treated well by their employers that he began lying about his relationship with the judge, and the cook began believing his own stories.

The judge's father, Jemubhai Popatlat Patel, was born into a peasant caste in 1919 and earned a living finding false witnesses to appear in court. He made Jemubhai study hard and deprived Jemu's sisters of any luxury so he could get the best of everything from love to food. After Cambridge, Jemubhai returns as a member of...

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