The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Noni believes the Nepalis they should have their own land called Gorkhaland. Noni and Lola are Bongs, and Lola says that if the Neps (Napalis) get their way, the Bongs will suffer. Noni thinks about their Nepalese watchman and grows suspicious of him. Noni tries to get Lola to look at things from the Nepalese point of view, but Lola says that the Nepalese are demanding more rights because there are so many of them there, though they emigrated illegally. Lola reminds Noni of the different sects and from where they came. Lola continues to criticize the Nepoli and Muslims. Lola then turns to bashing the U.S. and how they are so unrefined. Noni tries to defend the Americans, but Lola ignores her and asks Sai her if she has any love interests. Sai dare not tell the sisters about Gyan. Lola...

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