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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 22 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 22 Summary

Adela picked up cactus spines on her descent from the cave, which Nancy and Mrs. McBryde have been picking out of her skin. Her story is that she entered the cave, scratched the wall with her fingernail to start the echo, and a shadow entered down the entrance, shutting off her exit. She hit at him with the glasses, he grabbed them and pulled her around the cave by the strap until it broke, then she escaped. She feels that it's a lot of nonsense, that she's upset, but she'll get over it. All the women are sympathetic, but Mrs. Moore will have nothing to do with her. There had been a near riot at the offices at the civil station, but it had been stopped, Ronny and McBryde tell her. They also say that she will have to appear in court, identify the prisoner...

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