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It is then that Aziz sees Adela at the bottom of the gully talking to people from the car; naively, he assumes that she has gone down 'in the hope of a little drive'. He sets off to return to his camp when he catches sight of Adela's field glasses, strap broken, lying in the entrance tunnel of one of the caves; he picks them up and goes on his way. 23 Back at the camp, Fielding has arrived in the car with Miss Derek, and has gone ahead to find Aziz's party, leaving her with the car and the chauffeur.
Chapter 32 Summary and commentary On his journey homeward Fielding stops for a few days in Egypt and is refreshed by its simplicity and clarity. He goes on, visiting Crete and Italy, and he feels a sense of disloyalty to India in the pleasure he takes in the beauty of form he finds in Europe, particularly in the Italian churches. As he writes postcards to his Indian friends he realises that they would neither understand nor appreciate the beauty and harmony he finds in Venice. The difference between them is underlined by this fact and we are aware as Part II draws to a close that it is the author, as much as Fielding, who is rejoicing in the glories of classical Europe.
Whilst he is doing this, Mrs Moore comes into his mind, closely followed by a wasp he had once seen and we remember how in Chapter 3 Mrs Moore had extended her simple Christian love to the wasp on her peg. When the aged and sick ruler of the State is brought in the festival reaches its climax in the birth and naming of the baby god; the inevitable snake, in the shape of a papier-mache cobra, is present. Only after this, when the Rajah is taken back to his own quarters, are we reintroduced to Dr Aziz, now the official court physician, who administers a sedative to the sick old man.
A Passage to India by E. M. Forster by Hilda D. Spear (auth.)