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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 14 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 14 Summary

Mrs. Moore and Adela have long since lost their excitement and curiosity about seeing India, but they are amused that Mahmoud Ali's butler manages to serve them tea and poached eggs on the train.

The wedding between Adela and Ronny will take place in Simla at the home of her cousins but not until May, so Mrs. Moore's stay has been extended. Adela discusses the plans for the wedding as they travel, but Mrs. Moore is not feeling well and falls asleep. When daylight dawns, they can see the Marabar. Aziz comes and wishes them good morning and advises them to put on their topis (insulated helmet-like hats worn especially for protection from the sun). He has arranged for an elephant to take them to the picnic spot near the caves. He has everything planned-an hour to get there, two hours for the caves, and...

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