A Passage to India - Study Guide Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25: Adela is carried out of the courtroom on the shoulders of the Indians. Once outside, Fielding tells her that she cannot walk in the streets or a riot will occur. He puts her in his carriage for her protection. Mahmoud Ali shouts disparaging comments about several British officials and the Indians nearly riot.

Chapter 26: Fielding takes Adela back to the college with him and they discuss the accusation, the trial and the aftermath. Adela admits that she was not well for some time before the incident. Ronnie visits to tell Adela that Mrs. Moore died during her return to England.

Chapter 27: The Indians throw a victory celebration for Dr. Aziz. Dr. Aziz and Fielding talk about the future and Dr. Aziz says that he is now anti-British. Fielding offers to secure an apology from Adela, but Dr. Aziz wants her to claim that she is an...

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