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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. Mahmoud Ali is in an ugly mood and anxious to attack the English. Using the Nawab Bahadur's nephew, Nureddin, as an excuse, he proposes an attack on Mr Callendar at the hospital, asserting that Nureddin has been tortured. At the hospital Dr Panna Lal manages to avert disaster by acting the clown.
Notice, too, the reference to kites; they are a threat to the stationmaster's hens and may well warn us of worse things to come. Chapter 14 Summary The train journey to the Marabar Hills, uneventful in itself, is enlivened by Aziz's attempts to keep his guests happy by such offerings as food and tea, served on a tray by Mahmoud Ali's butler. Adela and Mrs Moore talk about the approach of the hot weather; we learn that Adela and Ronny are to be married in May, by which time it will be so hot that Mrs Moore will have to remain up in the Himalayas until the weather cools, before she will be able to return home to England.
Fielding lodges with Hamidullah and Adela remains at the College; the other Anglo-Indians refuse to have anything to do with her. With Fielding's help she writes a personal apology to Aziz but he still sticks to his intention of claiming a large sum in compensation. Then Fielding tries to use Aziz's affection for Mrs Moore to change his mind. Suddenly Aziz gives in, convinced that Mrs Moore would want him to spare her son's fiancee; he goes from one extreme to the other, refusing now to claim anything but his costs.