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A Passage to India - Part 2: Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 27 Summary

The victory dinner is over, and they are all sleeping on the roof of Mr. Zulfiqar's mansion. Aziz and Fielding discuss compensation from Adela. Fielding disapproves and tries to persuade him to ask her to pay the costs but no more because it will ruin her. He reminds Aziz what she gave up in order to be honest and save him. He tells him he mustn't listen to the others. If an apology is needed, she will do that-he will secure it himself. Aziz says he will ask Mrs. Moore, and if she says he should let her off the hook he will. He will write to her; she is well on her way to her other children.

Fielding didn't know about the other children. He reminds Aziz that Adela behaved decently whereas Mrs. Moore did nothing for him. He tells Aziz that Mrs. Moore...

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