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Only when he leaves the palace do we realise that it is raining outside and that Part III completes the cycle of the Indian seasons, taking place in the rains, the season of life and hope. Chapter 34 Summary Aziz leaves the palace at the same time as Godbole; seeing the Professor ahead of him he greets him, only to be at first rebuffed by Godbole waving his arms to indicate that he does not wish to be disturbed. Aziz's apology, however, evokes the response from Godbole that 'he' has arrived at the European Guest House.
Then a group of his students arrive and insist on acting as his horses; they pull the carriage in the procession which is escorting Aziz but suddenly they turn aside towards Government College and there they leave it. Fielding takes Adela inside only to find that the telephone wires have been cut and he cannot get into touch with McBryde. He provides her with a couple of rooms and with drinks and biscuits and, feeling very frustrated, he lies down to rest. Meanwhile, Aziz has missed him and is unhappy because his one English friend is absent from the celebrations.
As soon as it becomes clear that Aziz accepts the story, Fielding refutes it and angrily calls his Indian friend a little rotter, which cuts Aziz to the quick. Such misunderstandings arise too easily and, though Aziz appears to be appeased, he makes excuses to get out of a dinner arrangement he has made with Fielding; the excuses are not accepted and Fielding insists that they stand by their arrangement. Mr Turton meets Fielding at the Post Office and tells him that he is expected at the Club that evening as the Lieutenant-Governor has insisted on his reinstatement.
A Passage to India by E. M. Forster by Hilda D. Spear (auth.)