Heat and Dust - Part 12 Section 35 Summary & Analysis

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Part 12 Section 35 Summary

The year is 1923. Dr. Saunders had not been reticent about speaking. He had seen many women whose miscarriages had been induced: often he slapped them around before throwing them out of his hospital. He had always known there was something "rotten" about Olivia and he now had proof. Everyone believed the Nawab had used Olivia for revenge (but that was not enough to excuse her). Olivia did not return to Douglas after being thrown out of the hospital. She went straight to the palace. Shortly thereafter, Harry returned to England.

Years later, Major Minnies published a small monograph about the influence of India on the European character. The major argued that those most vulnerable were those who loved India best. Beth Crawford had not allowed herself to speak of Olivia until after many years had passed. She had never been interested in the "mysteries" that...

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