The Inheritance of Loss - Chapter 53 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 53 Summary

The cook fails to find Mutt and accepts the punishment of a beating from the judge. Sai notices a woman walking towards the house and the cook goes to see who it is. the figure in the nightgown says "Pitaji?" The cook whispers, then yells Biju's name in a demented scream. The two run into each other's arms and briefly, they are consoled.

Chapter 53 Analysis

In the end, everyone had lost something or someone they loved. They inherited loss by simply being born in India. Loss is a trait that was left behind when the English left, leaving the Indians to manage themselves without a clear understanding of how to do so. The only person in the book that does not lose everything is Biju. He never loses sight of the love he has for his father, though his father had given up...

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