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The Namesake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

Ashima has decided to make Christmas cards herself this year. Ever since Gogol and Sonia insisted the family celebrate the holiday, Ashima had been hard pressed to find cards that did not mention Christianity or religion, so this year she has decided to create her own cards with a drawing from one of her father's letters she saved long ago. Ashima has adjusted to living alone over the past few months, though she misses the noise of her children and the company of her husband. Ashima does not understand why her children felt the need to move so far away, Gogol in New York and Sonia in California, but she knows it is important for them to find their own identity, so she tries not to fight their choices. Ashima has begun to make a few changes in her own life. Ashima has a job now, working...

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