The White Tiger - Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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“The Second Night”, Part 2 - pp. 62 – 95. As Balram continues the story of his time working for The Stork, he talks about a regular errand he did: buying imported British liquor for The Stork and his sons. He also describes how different The Stork’s two sons, Mukesh Sir and Mr. Ashok, were – the former unattractive but smart, the latter very attractive, rather stupid, and very American in his ways. Balram describes how, at one point, he was assigned to drive Mr. Ashok and Pinky Madam back to Lasmangarh, where Ashok was born. Excited to be going back home while driving an expensive car (even it belonged to his employers, and even if it was only their second best car), Balram describes being intrigued by the argument between Ashok and Pinky Madam during the trip (about Mr. Ashok would follow through on his plans to...

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