The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Biju continually worries about being picked up by immigration. His admiration for Saeed Saeed grows as he gets to know him. Saeed is charismatic and has adapted to life in the U.S. Saeed iss a Muslim, which means that Buji has to think about Saeed differently. Was acceptable to like Muslims and only hate Pakistani Muslims? Saeed is black, and at home Biju had heard that black people are like monkeys and become men when they arrive in India. On the flip side, Biju had an admiration for white men, even though they had done so much harm in India.

Saeed tells Biju that Indians were disliked everywhere because they were so ubiquitous, but Saeed still likes Biju, who is no threat to Saeed. Saeed was a lady's man and had girlfriends throughout the city. Saeed's first job was at a mosque...

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