Amrt Rao: Character Analysis in A Passage To India

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     Amrt Rao was notoriously a anti-British and very unpopular at the club and he was engaged by the defense chiefly because of his efficiency. At the trial of Aziz, he behaved with calmness in contrast to Mahmoud Ali and made Mr. Das understand his objection to the Englishmen and ladies sitting on the platform. He did succeed at last. The enormous amount of twenty thousand rupees mentioned by him as compensation, gave a rude shock to Fielding.

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