Staying On - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Lucy travels slowly to the Club in a tonga, an old-fashioned horse-drawn conveyance. As she travels, she falls once more into an imaginary conversation with Mr. Turner, anticipating his arrival. The Club is on a hill and riding in a tonga affords a magnificent view of Pankot and the surrounding valley. Lucy mentions that the narrow roads were built to accommodate horse traffic more than cars. Traveling up the hill, Lucy comments on numerous things such as the bazaar, the Pankot Rifles compound, how the Shiraz blocks the view of Smith's and other places, and of the location of the Rose Cottage and other bungalows above the Club.

Thinking of the Rose Cottage, she begins to travel down memory lane again, remembering her first view of Pankot as she was coming over the mountains and how lovely Pankot looked. She remembers thinking she...

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