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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 35 Summary

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Part 3: Chapter 35 Summary

Aziz and his children are out for a walk and encounter Fielding and his brother-in-law, who has been stung by a bee. The doctor takes the stinger out and assures him that he will be okay. Fielding reproaches him for not responding to his letters. He tells Aziz that his reception here has been very cold as compared to his visits to other provinces, and that, although he has made arrangements for the visit, no one knows about it. He wants to take the boats out, but there are no oars. His attempts to be friendly to Aziz are met with coldness, and he gives up.

Then the mystery is unveiled. Fielding's wife is not Adela but Mrs. Moore's daughter, Stella. The young man with Fielding is Ralph, Mrs. Moore's son. Fielding is incensed. He tells Aziz that he had told him about the marriage...

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