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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 32 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 32 Summary

This chapter does little to move the plot forward. It simply chronicles Fielding's feelings as he journeys through Egypt, Venice, and other exotic places as an inspector of educational facilities for the government, his new position. He writes postcards to all of his Indian friends.

Part 2: Chapter 32 Analysis

What's important about this chapter is that it shows how much Fielding treasured the friendship of his Indian friends and his intention to hold onto those friendships. We will see later that these feelings were not necessarily reciprocated by the Indians, indicative of the depths of their anger and resentment over the Adela incident.

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