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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 36 Summary

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Part 3: Chapter 36 Summary

Aziz relents and decides to take a salve to the guest house for Ralph's bee sting. On the way, he sees that they have managed to take the boats out and are looking at the festival. Instead of hailing them there, he proceeds on to the guest house, thinking that there would be servants and he could just leave the medication. He goes all over the guest house, exploring without embarrassment, and he finds two letters, which he opens and reads. One is from Ronny, and it makes him angry. It suggests that Fielding has come over to the side of the Anglos. It also indicates that Ralph is somewhat retarded. He also mentions Adela, and says he would like to make peace with her. He tells him he's lucky to be out of British India, that because of the propaganda, maintaining the peace is...

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