The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

The judge thinks of his old friend, Bose, who made fun of the way they Bose used to correct the judge's English and how they pretended to enjoy living typical English lives. Bose used to be optimistic about life, but when he consistently lost cases white people won easily, his light went out. Bose and his son became fighters for justice. The judge ignored requests from Bose to help Bose, thinking Bose was naive to believe that an Indian could cross over into the Western world completely. Bose damns the English for the way they treated him and people like him. The judge tells Bose that time was past and that time changes the past and the way it is viewed. A month later after his conversation with Bose, the judge got news that his granddaughter would be arriving. She was a westernized...

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