Mr. & Mrs. Turton: Character Analysis in A Passage To India

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      They were the chief personalities of Chandrapore. Turton, the Collector, was a sun-baked bureaucrat. He had profited from his twenty years' experience in the province and knew his job. He arranged the Bridge Party so that Miss Adela Quested and Mrs. Moore might have a chance of meeting the Indians. At the time of the Marabar incident he played a prominent part. He advised the women to keep calm and refrain from going to the city. He was a wise, prudent, thoughtful, resourceful and clever man. When Mr. Das, the magistrate, asked them to leave the platform he advised his Mary to obey the law quietly. His wife, however, was more haughty and peevish.

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