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The character once again in this book is also an author. We learn of child labor problems and the nefarious people of South Asia who have created such a favorable situation for themselves. We learn of the deception that is so frequent in Indian culture. When you are poor and have nothing you can always come up with a scam to get something from the tourists. If nothing else, I learned from this book what kinds of things I might encounter in India. Poverty brings about creativity and so we are left to witness the sharp division of the poor and the rich in a developing country with too many people and a complex web of relationships that is difficult for our western minds to grasp, since we live in highly organized, affluent societies with far fewer people and an odd obsession with material goods.
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