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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 26 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 26 Summary

Fielding had hoped that Adela would have a place to go right away, but nothing materializes. He isn't interested in developing a friendship with her, but she asks him to help her figure out what happened to her. She wants to know whether she might have been ill and hallucinating at the time of the incident. After she tells him how she was feeling beforehand, he agrees with her surmise that she was, in fact, hallucinating. He asks her when she began to feel ill, and she tells him it was after the tea at the college. He recalls that both Aziz and Professor Godbole had become ill after the party also.

She says that she was brought up to be honest, but it doesn't seem to get her anywhere. He says it will get us to heaven - if heaven existed. He says he...

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