The Question and Answer section for A Passage to India is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
No, Fielding does not want to marry Miss. Adela Quested. He claims that she is a prig, a pathetic product of Western education who prattles on as if she were at a lecture.
The irony of the expedition to the caves can be found in the fact that no one really wanted to go there.
In Part II, Chapter XII, we learn that each of the caves includes a tunnel about eight feet long, five feet high, three feet wide that leads to a circular chamber about twenty feet in diameter. Having seen one cave, one has essentially seen all of...