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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 20 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 20 Summary

The women rally around Adela and are sorry they had not been more inclusive before. A meeting is called at the club presided over by the collector, who assures all the women that they are in no danger. Fielding asks about Adela's health, which annoys the people.

The women are sent out, and the men continue their meeting. Then Ronny comes in and addresses them, blaming himself because he allowed the outing to occur. The word comes that Adela is much improved.

Now the Major is telling a story he has concocted that Aziz plotted to get Adela alone by getting rid of the servants. They are even saying that Professor Godbole had been bribed to make Fielding late so he couldn't accompany them. Also, there had been an attempt to suffocate Mrs. Moore in a cave to get rid of her. The Major wants...

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