The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

The political trouble in Kalimpong continues while Gyan and Sai's romance flourished. Their class differences were becoming more obvious, however. She tried covering up the difference by calling him pet names. When the two discuss their parents, Gyan feels they have more in common than he thought. Gyan's great-grandfather fought for the British Army and was killed in Burma, then his brother died quickly while in the British Army, and another family member was recruited. Gyan's uncle fought for the Brits and his pension pays for schooling for the extended family. When Sai asks more about Gyan's father, Gyan doesn't answer the question. Sai gets home late that night and the cook confronts her. She tells him to leave her alone and is aware of the burden that family can put on a newfound romance. Sai laughs at cook when he threatens to...

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