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Forster's "A Passage To India"

5 pages in length. E.M. Forster's novel, A Passage to India, opens in British India and closes in Indian India; while the characters are the same, the situation is significantly different. The manner by which Forster portrays this difference, as well as its significance of Fielding and Aziz's relations, illustrates the separation between East and West, the association between India's Muslims and Hindus, social mores, colonialism, as well as issues of early twentieth century industrialization and technology. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

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