The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

The food at the Ghandi cafe is the same generic Indian food that is served all throughout the states. Harish-Harry knows his market saying Indians make good immigrants because they understood demand-supply. Malini, Harish's wife is also a tough businesswoman, always doing everything to get the best deals. In fact, she suggested that the workers live in the kitchen, but then they lower their salary, take their tips and work them seventeen hours a day. It is all illegal, but the workers can not complain because they are illegal. Harish-Harry and Malini say they are all one happy, Indian family, even though the workers live like animals, while Harish-Harry and his real family live in a palatial house in the suburbs of New Jersey. Biju realizes that Harish-Harry's two names is an attempt to live in two worlds and please all the potential...

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