The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 37 and Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 and Chapter 38 Summary

The situation in Kalimpong isn't improving. One day, Lola and Nana noticed that some GNKF boys had built camps on the women's property. One night, some of them broke into the house and forced the women to feed and tend to them. The sisters did as they were asked, but the men did not leave. The women locked themselves in a bedroom, pushing a trunk up to the door. The boys only laughed and told them not to worry, that the sisters were far too old for them. Lola grew angrier by the day. She was angry at the situation and then at her husband for dying and leaving her here in this obscure place to deal with the rebels. She went to the leader of the GNLF, who told her that his men needed to be billeted, and...

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