When afternoon came to Vidyasagar Road, wet clothes—Piyu’s dresses, Bhaskar’s pyjamas and kurtas, even a few soggy towels—hung from a clothes line that stretched across the veranda of the first floor. The line, which had not been tightly drawn anyway, sagged with the pressure of the heavy we…
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