A Passage to India by E.M. Forster. A book of racism and misunderstanding, explores the consequences of two seperate cultures intermingling.
Throughout the novel, the English demonstrate their belief that they are superior to the Indians. "Forster draws an unforgettable picture of the tensions between colonial rulers and the Indian professional class (Critical Survey of Long Fiction.1141)." The comments and treatment that the Indians receive from the English characters in the novel show the common attitude toward the Indians during this time. One theory states that the behavior of the two classes is influenced by the government of Britian, the Rajah. It is implied that Englishman and Indians will not be able to be friends until…
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