The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

The judge thinks about his hate; when he returned from England for the first time. His relatives seemed nosy, and judgmental. Nimi, his wife, went through his things and the judge feels like a foreigner in his own home. The privacy that he had enjoyed in Britain was not recognized here. Instead of being impressed by his English manners, they laugh at him. He raped his wife for taking his things. He was glad that he could disguise his sexual inexperience with sheer force and rage. This rage would help him throughout his life, but the grotesqueness of raping his own wife "turned his civilized stomach." He tried to civilize Nimi but she was too stubborn to even try. Weeks went by where she didn't speak to anyone, not even the servants. To him, Nimi was lazy, depressed, backwards and of no use...

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