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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 23 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 23 Summary

The wife of the Lieutenant Governor was sailing for England, and when she heard of Mrs. Moore's plight, she invited her to sail in her own cabin. Mrs. Moore was gratified to be missing the trial, the marriage, and the hot weather. She looked forward to going to England and to seeing her other children.

Part 2: Chapter 23 Analysis

Mrs. Moore has had some sort of spiritual crisis as a result of her experience with the echo. She does not defend what she knows to be right as she would have done in the past but goes along willingly, glad not to be called upon to play a role in the unpleasantness.

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