The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Gyan asks Sai where her Hindu pride is and why she is trying to be so Western. Later, he apologizes for being so mean, and she accepts his apology only for him to be infuriated by his softness once again and gets angry for giving in to her. Gyan goes to a canteen and a feeling of martyrdom creeps over him. He was upset that he was in love and mad that Sai had given herself to him so easily. Her lack of Indianess appalls him; he tells the other revolutionaries about the guns and situation at the judge's house.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Gyan is confused about Sai. He goes back and forth, fighting back his natural emotions and inclination to love her. He knows that it is not right to love someone that is not in his own class. He knows that the...

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