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A Passage to India Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 37 Summary

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Part 3: Chapter 37 Summary

After the shipwreck, Fielding and Aziz make up and are friends again. They go for a horseback ride into the woods and discuss the politics of India. Aziz wants the English to leave India. He says that if they don't leave in his lifetime, they will leave in his children's. He writes a letter to Adela thanking her for giving him his freedom. They part friends, knowing they will never meet again.

Part 3: Chapter 37 Analysis

Resolution is complete, but just as there is ambiguity in the rest of the book, there is ambiguity here. Aziz participates in the renewal of the friendship, but he wants no more of the mixing of cultures that brought on his personal disaster. He believes that India will be free eventually. This book was published in 1924. On August 15, 1947, India finally acquired its independence from Britain after many years of violence...

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