The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Food was becoming harder to find in the market because of the strikes. Cook thinks about his wife and how she may have cursed him for not saying the right prayers to ward off her spirit. Cook thought that perhaps because he lied to the judge to go make the sacrifice, he didn't do it the right way and was now being punished. The cook and Biju had been scammed more than once, each time turning over large sums of money to get to the United States.

Now Sai was working at the Ghandi Cafe and slipped on some rotten spinach and landed on his knee. Harish-Harry won't send him to the doctor and if they seek treatment, Biju could get deported. Harish-Harry then advises Biju to go back to India and seek medical attention there. Biju realizes he is in a master-servant...

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