The Names - The Desert, Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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The Desert, Chapter 12 Summary

The next day in Lahore, James follows Anand's directions to Owen Brademas's house. He finds himself lost in the crowded streets, but two young boys take him by the hand and lead him to his destination. When he arrives at Owen's house, the door is open and the room is clutters. Owen looks tired, but he speaks with a strong voice. He says that this room is the first in which he has felt comfortable and that at first he though James was an angel of death. As James sits, Owen begins the story of his time in India.

Although Anand offers him a car, Owen chooses to travel to Rajsamand Lake by bus. Some of the oldest Sanksrit inscriptions in the country are there, and he assumes the cult will be as well. On the crowded bus, Owen begins speaking with Bhajan...

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