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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 34 Summary

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Part 3: Chapter 34 Summary

Dr. Aziz is also in Mau, thanks to the generosity of Professor Godbole. Here the tensions are between Brahman and non-Brahman; Muslims and English are essentially irrelevant. However, because of the cloud on his reputation, he was watched by local authorities at first. He works under a Hindu doctor but is actually the principal doctor to the court. His children are with him all the time now and he has married again. Life is good.

He feels only bitterness for Fielding. He believes that he has gone to England and married Adela, thereby profiting from his own decision not to press for damages. He received letters for a while, but he did not open them. Now Fielding is here in Mau to inspect educational facilities and is staying at the European guest house; he will be stuck here for awhile because of flooding downstream. His...

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