The Painter of Signs - Part Two Summary & Analysis

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Part Two begins when Raman’s Aunt woke him up unexpectedly to tell him that Daisy was in their house. Raman looked into the kitchen and saw Daisy sitting on the floor with his Aunt, who was telling her a story about her grandfather, which his Aunt often repeated. Daisy asked Raman if he would accompany her on a tour of local villages to paint signs about family planning. Raman agreed.

Raman and Daisy began a three-week tour of the local villages. Raman was impressed by Daisy’s adaptability: her willingness to sleep anywhere and eat whatever was provided, even in the poorest conditions. Raman found speaking to Daisy difficult because she took the question of population control very seriously whereas he just thought of it as a job that would pay him. Raman realized he was becoming very careful about what he...

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