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Chapter 22: Adela recuperates from her ordeal at the McBrides’ home and is treated as if she were fragile and could break at any moment. Ronnie tells her that she must identify Dr. Aziz in court and be questioned by the defense. Adela asks him if his mother, Mrs. Moore, can be there to support her and he tells her that his mother is angry about what happened and has withdrawn from all aspects of the case. Ronnie tells her that there will be an Indian judge presiding over the trial and that Fielding has turned against her and is a witness for the defense.

After her fever drops, Ronnie takes Adela to his house where she sees Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Moore won’t touch her and tells her that she will attend Ronnie and Adela’s wedding but not the trial. Ronny and Mrs. Moore decide that...

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