The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Gyan is late for tutoring and in a bad mood. He tells Sai that they are all like slaves to the West, embarrassing themselves by trying to be like the whites. Sai tells him she is free to do whatever she wants, a legacy from her parents and grandfather.

Chapter 27 Analysis

Gyan is more disgusted by Sai and her riches when he goes to her house after meeting up with the GNLF boys. He is mad that he ever partook in the cutlet and peas dinner. Why couldn't they eat normal food like the rest of the people? Perhaps they thought they were too good to eat traditional Indian food. He tells Sai that she is a fool for being so Western and that if she were to leave India and try to be a Westerner, either in the U.S. or England...

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