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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapter 8 Summary

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Part 1: Chapter 8 Summary

Adela had known Ronny well in England and had come to India to visit him before deciding to be his wife. She does not care much for the person he has become here in this outpost. He is arrogant, rude, insensitive, and chauvinistic. His behavior at Mr. Fielding's house has made her very angry. He forbids them to go on this visit to the caves without British auspices. Mrs. Moore asks to be dropped at the bungalow because she is tired out by the wrangling, and Adela also wants to be left at the house. He forbids them to continue their efforts to try to meet Indians. When they are alone, she tells him that she will not marry him. He takes it in good humor, but she wants to discuss it. They agree to remain friends.

Nawab Bahadur sees them sitting and talking and...

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