The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 Summary

Back in Kalimpong, a letter from Biju arrives for the cook. He writes that he has a new job at a bakery and that the boss leaves them in charge. The cook boasts about his son's new managerial position. People ask him when he is going join Buji, and he assures them that Biju is saving to buy a ticket. The cook knows money wasn't everything and it is more important for people to care about each other, like he and his son. Sai asks the judge about her grandmother and presses the cook until he admits the judge didn't like his wife. She was from a higher caste than her grandfather, but since he was a member of the ICS, an exception was made for his caste. The judge married the daughter of Bomanbhai Patel, who was the...

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