A Passage to India Part II, Chapters XXVII – XXIX: Summary and Analysis

E. M. Forster

Part II, Chapters XXVII – XXIX: Summary and Analysis

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Sir Gilbert Mellanby: lieutenant-governor of the province

A missionary

Summary
Fielding and Aziz lie on the roof of Mr. Zulfiqar’s mansion, speculating about the future. Aziz says he will be rich from his compensation money and invites Fielding to travel with him. He brushes aside the objections he anticipates from Fielding, saying that he has become anti-British.

They discuss how much Miss Quested should pay. Fielding insists on costs only. Aziz requires an apology, suggesting half-humorously that Miss Quested admit she would have liked him to follow her into the cave. Fielding is offended on her behalf. Aziz says that he will consult Mrs. Moore....

(The entire section is 906 words.)