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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 29 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 29 Summary

The lieutenant governor visits and praises Fielding for his handling of the episode. He requests, even demands, that he rejoin the club. Adela stays on at the college for some time and writes Aziz an apology with the help of Fielding. Ronny is being moved to another province, and Adela is being sent back to England. He breaks off the engagement. She promises to write to Fielding; they part good friends and agree to meet sometime in England. She intends to look up Mrs. Moore's other children.

Part 2: Chapter 29 Analysis

The plot has now come full-circle. Fielding's exemplary behavior does not go unnoticed or unrewarded. He did what was honorable in spite of the risk to his career, and things came right for him. There's no doubt that Forster is making a point here about human courage and motivation.

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