The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Back in Cho Oyu, everything in the house was wet as the rainy season begins. In town there was a growing political problem. Gyan does not care about the rain; he goes to see Sai saying she had to learn, and he needs his job. Sai notes that the city is falling apart. The police was closing in on militants, but the Sikhs still wanted more land for themselves and the Punjab was unstable. It starts to hail and Gyan decides that he better go home. The judge tells him to stay in the house. He tells Gyan that while he is clever in mathematics, he has no common sense. At dinner, the judge feels that Gyan is a man with ulterior motives. He asks him what poets he admires, and Gyan cannot think of any because he is a science person, not...

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