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A New Country In Bend of the River by V J naipul each character has a different personal history and a reason for leaving their homeland Different circumstances and promises have made their journey to Africa something to remember The place they settle and start their families up might be called home forever In hopes of finding a better life to settle into they realize life in Africa isnt as Salim the main character and the narrator moves to Africa to make a better living for himself and he buys a business As he accepts the deal he knows hes going into a place where its different than India The food language lifestyle will completely have to change from what he was use to in India As he arrives in Africa all there is destruction and he is nervous of the Africans and doesnt take anyone for granted Salim as he adjusts to a new place he will call home now fits into the neighborhood slowly As life in India he has to deal with the hot weather and heavy downpours of rain Salim wasnt a rich man in India so he didnt live in an expensive house back home Over here in Africa now he still is living in a flat but in a condition worse off that has water problems and the electricity would go on and off Just like in India there were no roads just basically paths but the difference was Salim knew what path led where in Africa he doesnt Because he was a stranger to the environment Salim still lived in fear Anyone who moves into a new environment filled with trouble and danger would be scared for their lives especially when they had come to that country for the better As Salim gets comfortable living in Africa Salim meets his old friend Indar Indar takes him into the domain which is a high tech place where
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