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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 33 Summary

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Part 3: Chapter 33 Summary

It is two years later now, and the setting is Mau, several hundreds miles west of Chandrapore. Professor Godbole is participating in a religious celebration whose theme is God is Love, and he remembers Mrs. Moore. He feels that while he is a Brahman and she was a Christian, it made no difference. It was his duty to place himself in the position of God and to love her.

Part 3: Chapter 33 Analysis

It has already been apparent that Mrs. Moore is a major player in this story even though the account of her visit takes up a very small percentage of the text. In this last part of the book, we truly see the story being played out, and this is signaled by the fact that Professor Godbole, who seemed to play an insignificant role in the action, is now commemorating her as he celebrates...

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