Heat and Dust - Part 6 Section 20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6 Section 20 Summary

The year is 1923. Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. Minnies have already left for Simla. Olivia had refused—and Douglas enjoyed their days and evenings together. She had learned that, when he arrived home, he did not want to talk about India. Harry usually arrived early, in one of the Nawab's cars, shortly after Douglas left. He would drive her to the palace. She and the Nawab spent most of their time in the large drawing room (which could be viewed from the gallery above it). On one such occasion, the Nawab invited her to play his piano, which was at the end of a long maze of halls and rooms. She followed him—he had not invited the others—and noticed rusting camera equipment and the like—purchases from Europe that had not arrived soon enough to sustain his attention—and...

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