A Passage to India - Chapters 29-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29: Sir Gilbert, the Lieutenant Governor of the Province, hopes of repairing the relationship between the British and the Indians. During their time together, Fielding and Adela develop a strong friendship.

Adela realizes that she isn’t in love with Ronnie and decides to leave India. Antony attempts to blackmail her by saying that she and Fielding had an ongoing affair while she was in India, but she ignores him. She leaves for England and thinks about seeing Ralph and Stella Moore upon her arrival.

Chapter 30: The judge asks Dr. Aziz to write poetry for a magazine that he publishes, and Dr. Aziz is indignant and asks why he should help someone who tried to send him to prison. The judge speaks of a unified India but Dr. Aziz still considers it divided between the Hindu and the Moslems. The judge relays the gossip that Fielding and...

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