The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

After the gun robbery at Cho Oyu, things were beginning to worsen. Sai, Noni, Lola, Uncle Potty and Father Booty were on their way to the library because they knew they would be locked up in their homes for a while due to the roadblocks and protesters. Darjeeling was so ugly because of government construction policies. At the library, they picked out books written by English writers, but only when they wrote about England. They hated when English writers wrote about India. Sai picked out an old book that states Indians can be civilized but can never be as good as the English. The book managed to ignite a fury in her; this is why it isn't good to read old books.

Chapter 31 Analysis

This is where Sai begins to understand about her culture and heritage. She sees that her people were never...

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