The Inheritance of Loss Chapters 29-30 Summary

Kiran Desai

Chapters 29-30 Summary

Though Sai and Gyan saw each other again, and kissed and made up, their relationship had changed. Sai could not understand Gyan's anger nor his criticism of her manners and customs. Gyan was angry at himself for being tempted by Sai's charms. Eventually, Gyan decided that Sai was a pleasure enjoyed but a thing of the past. It was time for him to grow up. He would have to let her go. It was while he was in this state of mind that he, one night while drinking with some of his male friends, told them of the guns at Sai's house. It was from Gyan's description of the foods stored at the house that the young men decided to go to the judge's place and rob it of all the things they could use for their revolution. Gyan had lost all hope for...

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