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Major Pettigrew's Last Stand Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 11-15 Summary

Helen Simonson
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chapters 11-15 Summary

Chapter 11:

The Major ponders the inconsistency of men and how it annoys him. He begins to think that he should change his relationship with Mrs. Ali. Alec calls to ask the Major to play golf. The Major declines but Alec talks him into playing, saying that an outing would be good for him. The Major agrees.

The Major and Alec wander into a dance rehearsal at the club. The Major is appalled at the ineptitude of the women. The Major chats with the dance leader, Amina, who works at the Taj Mahal. Amina keeps turning the conversation to Mrs. Ali. Amina asks if Mrs. Ali might be willing to hire her at the shop. Amina asks the Major to take her to Edgecombe St. Mary to speak with Mrs. Ali.

The Major joins Alec. Alec says that the secretary wants to speak to the Major...

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