The Painter of Signs - Part Three Summary & Analysis

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Part Three begins with Raman in a state of panic, worried about whether Daisy will report him to the police. Raman’s Aunt told him about people who had visited their house while he was away, checking up on work that he owed them. Raman switched between anger at Daisy for his belief that she would report him to the police and desperate sadness because he might never see her again and he missed her. Raman kept looking at the piece of paper given to him by the Town Hall Professor which said “This will pass.”

After a week of staying home, Raman decided to visit his friends at the Boardless Hotel. He told his friend Gupta about the project to control the population increases in the surrounding areas and was surprised to hear himself sounding so serious and sincere about the work...

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