By E. M. Forster
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Fielding had walked too fast and far, the young people had annoyed her in the turn-turn and given her to suppose they were breaking with each other and though it was all right now she could not speak as enthusiastically of wedlock or of anything as she should have done. Ronny was suited, now she must go home and help the others, if they wished. She was past marrying herself, even unhappily; her function was to help others, her reward to be informed that she was sympathetic. Elderly ladies must not expect more than this.
Fielding wondered afterwards. There seemed no reserve of tranquility to draw upon in India. Either none, or else tranquility swallowed up everything, as it appeared to do for Professor Godbole. Here was Aziz all shoddy and odious, Mrs. Moore and Miss Quested both silly and he himself and Heaslop both decorous on the surface, but detestable really and detesting each other. "Good-bye, Mr. Fielding and thank you so much. " "Good-bye, Mrs. " "Good-bye, Mr. Fielding. Such an interesting afternoon . " "Good-bye, Dr.
She asked. " He drew up his chair and an expression of tension came over his face. Taking the cigarette box, she offered to him and to Aziz and lit up herself. " "Oh no, not at all; at Elephanta there are sculptures of Siva and Parvati. " "They are immensely holy, no doubt," said Aziz, to help on the narrative. " "Well, why are they so famous? We all talk of the famous Marabar Caves. " He forewent the pleasure and Aziz realized that he was keeping back something about the caves. He realized because he often suffered from similar inhibitions himself.