The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Back in the U.S. a man named Mr. Iype tells Biju about the trouble in the hillside of Darjeeling. He calls his father and when Buji is talking to the cook, a crowd gathers around repeating every word he says. Biju asks about the political situation and the cook assures him that there is no trouble, that everyone is fine. When the call drops, the cook is left trembling and Biju's emptiness was reinforced; they are in two different worlds. The cook reassures everyone that Biju was fine, and they say Buji will come back a fat man. Biju went back to work and nobody had even noticed he was gone. He missed Saeed and wanted to see the U.S. through Saeed's eyes as Buji once had.

Chapter 36 Analysis

Biju is invisible in the States. He wants to go back to...

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