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Chapter 12: The Marabar Caves are a series of caves that are all similar in size, shape and appearance. Each cave has an entrance tunnel that is about three feet wide, five feet tall and eight feet long. The tunnel leads to a circular chamber about twenty feet in diameter. Visitors leave without a firm grasp of whether the experience was exciting or boring.

Chapter 13: Adela and Miss Derek discuss the possibility of a trip to the caves, but Miss Derek says that the Indians are forgetful so the trip will most likely not occur. A servant tells this to Mahmoud Ali, who tells Dr. Aziz. Dr. Aziz arranges the trip, planning for every detail. On the day of the trip, Fielding and Professor Godbole miss the train, upsetting Dr. Aziz because he wanted the women to see that he is a responsible host.

Chapter 14: Once the train...

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