The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 33, Chapter 34, and Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33, Chapter 34, and Chapter 35 Summary

Six months after Sai and the rest of the group went to the library in Darjeeling, the Gorkha National Liberation closed down the Gymkhana. Sai and the others tried unsuccessfully to bribe the army men not to confiscate their books. A week later, the library books were returned safely, but Father Booty, who had accidentally taken an illegal picture of the bridge that the GNLF guarded, was found to be an illegal citizen. They were deporting him after his having lived in Kalimong for forty-five years. Sai thought about how upsetting this all was, and how unclear her life at Cho Oyu would be. The police had tortured a drunk man saying he was responsible for the theft of guns at Cho Oyu; they were just practicing their torture techniques for the future.

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