The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Biju is now working at Brigitte's in the New York Financial District. Odessa, and Baz are the owners of the restaurant. Odessa says that people looking after their own interests is the rule of nature and that people can't be blamed too harshly for succeeding. Down below in the kitchen, Biju and the rest were talking about the people above. One said white people were making life difficult for everyone else, but the U.S. was better than England because at least in the people in the States believed they were good. In England, they knew they were evil. Biju saw many Indians eating beef in the restaurant, but one thing that the Indian businessmen knew was how to tell the difference between a holy cow and an unholy cow, and that is how they could eat there. Then Biju thinks about Saeed...

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