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In this clement retreat to which I have withdrawn myself, away from the torrid current temper of my country, I find myself with all the time and seclusion I may ever need for my purpose.

Vikram's mother, Sheila, is a racist Punjabi housewife who just can't understand why her only daughter would fall in love with Njoroge, "that Kikuyu".

It becomes clear that Deepa and Njoroge are in love, but Sheila is adamantly opposed to their relationship and persuades Njoroge to give up on Deepa.

Deepa mourns his death for years, but when her husband Dilip dies, the scandals around Njoroge and Dilip's deaths isolate her and she chooses to immigrate to the United States where her two grown children reside. Plot[ edit ] Vikram Lall is an adult living in exile in Canada and the novel plots him contemplating over his life as a teenager of Indian origin living in Kenya in the s.

All three of us went in. I said, but I knew I had no right to complain, I would have gone anywhere on earth this guide took me. These are the relationships that will shape the rest of their lives. Seeking a more peaceful place to live, the Lalls move to Nairobi, which separates them from Njoroge.

When Deepa is forced into married Dilip simply because he is a wealthy Indian boy who resides in England, confusion heightens. These symbols are flowers, birds, and rain The novel is as much a historic-fictional tale of Kenya, as it is the soul-wrenching journey of a man who has to come to terms with himself and the future he has carved from his past.

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It is immediately apparent that Deepa and Njoroge have romantic feelings for one another. But nothing seemed important after what I had recently experienced.

And he also says that it never leaves you. Devastated by Njoroge's rejection, Deepa marries another suitor and apparently settles down, while Njoroge marries a Kikuyu woman and continues to be an idealistic voice in government.

Next to it was Alidina Greengrocers. I paid him a handsome three hundred shillings, well deserved because he had not harassed my sister, and we left in a taxi. Vassanji's narrator, Vikram Lall, describes that past as "a colonial world of repressive, undignified subjecthood".