The Moor's Last Sigh - Part 3, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 18 Summary

The final chapter in "Bombay Central" begins with a soliloquy on the great city itself, nexus of Indian culture, its face to the west, a metropolis usually immune to the level of religious turmoil that regularly rocked the subcontinent. A threat to this peace exists, however, rooted in the two power centers that loomed around Aurora Zogoiby and appear to the narrator to have been loosed upon her death. They are about to be unleashed in an obscene burlesque.

The first act is a luncheon with Moor and his new fop of a 'brother,' Adam; their first and only. Moor perceives that Adam is a male version of Uma, calculating and conniving (but not nearly as clever) and now has the maturity to be on guard. Adam is offended but clear about looking out after his own interests.

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