A passage to India
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...passage to India From an Indian (i.e. Hindu) perspective what are some of the Western similarities between two of the novel’s main characters, Dr. Aziz, the Muslim, and Cyril Fielding, the Englishman? The two important characters Dr. Aziz and Cyril Fielding have many similarities. They are presented in the novel as very close friends who separate for some time due to misunderstanding. Dr. Aziz, Indian Muslim, who had to confront with humiliation and numerous slights befriend with Fielding, an English man. The Indian Hindu perspective of the novel is very evident when Dr. Aziz and friends longs for the company of an English man, the common wish of the Indians during that time. Both, Aziz... ...
A Passage to India
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...Passage to India, by E.M. Forster, is at times a complicated novel. One of the most difficult complications is the relationship that exists between Cyril Fielding, the schoolmaster of Government College, and Dr. Aziz. This relationship is dynamic and represents, to some extant, the larger relationship of Great Britain and India. How Dr. Aziz comes to distrust the British is a major element of the novel. This essay will examine the particular characteristics which allowed Fielding to befriend Dr. Aziz, the very real limits of this friendship as constrained by issues of law and nationalism, and whether an egalitarian friendship might ever... The Limits of Friendship: Cyril Fielding and Dr. Aziz A...
A Passage to India Analysis
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...Passage to India ‘A Passage to India’ is one of the greatest works produced by E.M. Forster that sheds great light on to the relationship between the Indians and British. The novel was set against the backdrop of the British rule in the Sub-continent. It follows the lives of two women, Mrs. Moore and Adela Quested, who travel to India to gain more insight into the Indian culture; as they were not completely convinced or impressed by the account given by all their fellow English people. Both women embark on their journey to find ‘real India’. The author juxtaposes the women’s quest with that of Aziz, an Indian doctor, who is greatly distressed by the treatment he receives at the hands... ...
Forster's A Passage to India
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...Passage to India' is set in colonial times and depicts relations between the English and the Indians at a time when Indian nationalism was still at a nascent stage. The story unfolds mainly in a small place called Chandrapore, situated on the banks of the holy Ganges River, whose only other attraction is the nearby Marabar Caves. These caves are to play an important role in the book as a symbol of ambiguity as also for the effect a visit to the Caves has on the persona of Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Moore is an elderly English lady who along with her travelling companion, Adela Quested are on a visit to India, to see Mrs. Moore's son from her first marriage, Ronny Heaslop, the City Magistrate... The novel 'A...
A Passage to India through the Lens of Orientalism
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...Passage to India through the Lens of Orientalism Orientalism presents a critical study of the Western world’spatronizing cultural representations and perceptions, as well as their fictional depictions, of the Eastern world and the people inhabiting the Middle East and Asia. Said (p.32) notes that Orientalism, which involves scholarship in Western Countries about the East, is tied inextricably to Imperialism and this makes it intellectually suspect because it is the product of Imperialist societies, making Orientalism inherently servile and political. Indeed, Orientalism points out that in the Orient, cultural, economic, social practices of its people are...
Illusions and Disillusionment in A Passage to India
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...Passage to India E.M. Forster in his A passage to India creates a world which is full of illusions. The characterscherish certain illusions in their life around which all their hopes lie. These illusions involve different social and religious myths. The real motive of the writer seems to show the hollowness of these illusions and the ultimate destruction of these myths in an ironic way. The unknown powers of destiny seem to be against human aspirations as in Greek Myth and they always are engaged in efforts to dispel the illusory belief formed by man. In this hostile universe faith is an illusion which is unsuccessful to solve the problems faced by modern man... Illusions and disillusionment in A...
Illusions and disillusionment in A Passage to India
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...Passage to India E.M. Forster in his A passage to India creates a world which is full of illusions. The characters cherish certain illusions in their life around which all their hopes lie. These illusions involve different social and religious myths. The real motive of the writer seems to show the hollowness of these illusions and the ultimate destruction of these myths in an ironic way. The unknown powers of destiny seem to be against human aspirations as in Greek Myth and they always are engaged in efforts to dispel the illusory belief formed by man. In this hostile universe faith is an illusion which is unsuccessful to solve the problems faced by modern man... ? Illusions and disillusionment in A...
Sexual difference in A Passage to India (by E. M Forster)
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...Passage to India” 2008 Thesis ment Sexuality has been the most hidden aspect in depicting the cultural clashes betweenthe colonizer and the colonized in E.M. Forster’s novel A Passage to India, especially in the friendship between Fielding and Aziz or the closeness between Adela Quested and Aziz. Outline Forsters most famous novel A Passage to India (first published in 1924) has been critically discussed in the light of colonialism, freethinking, modernism, traditions, sexuality and the connection between the personal and political. The passing yet cautiously hidden homoerotic feeling between Aziz and Fielding, that Arthur Martland showed in Passion and Prose (1997... , nationalism, and rape....
Analysis and Interpretation to Develop a Narrowly Focused Theme in A Passage to India
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...Passage to India’ A passage to India by E. M. Forster is a novel with multiple perspectives. On the one hand, it depicts political and cultural intricacies that are woven around different classes of people then on the other, it has spiritual or philosophical view point. The novel also echoes relationship issues throughout. Forster depicts the complexities in aspects of friendship and relationship between the people of two different races throughout. The chief among them is that friendship between the people of two different races is impossible in the realm of imperialism. The paper attempts to explore this theme through arguments and incidents along with cultural... Sur Supervisor On a Theme in ‘A...
Passage To India. Responses
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...India, Foster strives to condemn their inhumane way of ruling. English fail to be pleasant to Indians and most Indians end up feeling dejected. Chracters such as Ronny do not see anything in the Englishmen way of ruling and instead says that, “..English are in India to keep the peace, not to be pleasant..” (Forster 01). I believe Britain was guided by selfish, egocentric interests and was committed to ensure it exhausts the Indians. Instead of finding a real India, Mrs. Moore and Adela’s visit to the caves confirms to them that indeed India was corrupt and was hard to get the experience of ‘real...
Sexuality in Forsters Passage to India
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...Passage to India" 2008 Thesis ment Sexuality has been the most hidden aspect in depicting the cultural clashes between the colonizer and the colonized in E.M. Forster's novel A Passage to India, especially in the friendship between Fielding and Aziz or the closeness between Adela Quested and Aziz. Outline Forster's most famous novel A Passage to India (first published in 1924) has been critically discussed in the light of colonialism, freethinking, modernism, traditions, sexuality and the connection between the personal and political. The passing yet cautiously hidden homoerotic feeling between Aziz and Fielding, that Arthur Martland showed in Passion and Prose (1997... , racism, nationalism,...
Post-colonial fiction in India
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...Passage to India, for instance, may contain both colonial and post-colonial views. Therefore, I understood post-colonial literatures as those which address the colonial situation and its values, from the time it started, by writers from both the colonizing and colonized... nuances. However, the general idea one gets from the novel itself can lead one to more reflective thoughts about post-colonial theory. I felt from the beginning that the novel presented a multicultural space where West, East, class, gender, race and caste collided. I felt that Rushdie did this deliberately in order to raise a few interesting questions about the way history is quite often written, from the view-point of...
Why does Ronny get upset in this chapter? How does Aziz act toward him and why? How does Ronny respond and why? In this scene, trace the cause-effect sequence in the changing feelings of Aziz, Ronny, and Fielding.
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...India is a ‘muddle’. Fielding’s opinion reveals the proper intention of the colonial regime, to implicate England on Indian land without thinking that the traditions cannot be changed. When Ronny is presented as a typical English man who fuses himself strongly to the environment, Fielding represents an idea of liberalism. Work Cited E. M Foster, A Passage to India, Edward Arnold ,1924... Passage Ronny is a character who devalues Indians and its culture. He was brought up in an open-minded outlook, but gradually it gives its way to a suspicious attitude to the Indians. His opinions, feel and his manners of speaking also have undergone lots of changes like that of the old British officials .This...
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...Passage to India, written many years before the Indian independence, as a text that represents both colonial and postcolonial sentiments. Derek Walcott’s long poem ‘The Schooner Flight’ deals with the complex cultural aspects of identity and nationalism in the colonial Caribbean islands. Edwards Said’s thoughtful analysis of the ways in which the West has constructed an orient that suits their colonial needs has left an indelible impression in the cultural discourses prevalent in the latter phase of the previous century. He exposed how the West conveniently constructed the misconceptions of cultural stereotypes... Defining the Postcolonial Cultural Identities of Individuals and Nations Colonialism...
The Dark side or the inner beast and its deferent manifestation in the modern novels
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...Passage to India When we look at the attitude that British had adopted during the times of British rule over half of the world, we find out that British attitude had been involved in similar consideration of superiority to declare all other breeds and races inferior to British. A major work that Depicts this crude reality is E. M. Foster’s “A passage to India”. Considerably, India had been a country ruled by kings... ?Exploring the Dark Beast within Modern British Literature I. Introduction Contrasting nature of human condition is a regular issue appeared again and again in world literature. As the philosophical progress proceeded towards modernism and further post-modernism, study of human behavior also ...
Essay on relationship between 'race' and gender in the unit text
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...passage to India “by E M Foster, “Heart of Darkness “by Joseph Conrad and “Kim” by Rudyard Kipling, applying the historical and cultural conditions of the society in which they were produced. The works succeeded in depicting the relation between groups and classes of people that imperialism sets up and these works explore the contradiction within capitalism in a way that a similar piece of fiction set within one... RACISM Indeed the manifestations of racism are so heavy in the literature of colonial countries.The relationship between political and social realities and their fictional treatment in the writings of the era has been a subject of comment. The collision and fusion of national and domestic...
European Colonialism
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...Passage To India,” Forster narrates his accounts of geological processes, the implications of these landscapes on Indian culture, and his experiences with both types of demographics (Davis, Harrison, and Johnson 1059). Forster implicitly showed what India would lose if it did not fight European colonialism like Japan. Forster offers a seamless account of the beauty of India during his “passage.” These narrations give the reader an idea of the loss India would undergo if a capitalist and imperialist ideology pervaded the country. A western way of life... European Colonialism European colonialism had a number of effects on Indian and Japanese cultures and literature. The assimilation of western philosophy ...
Passage
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...passage elucidates the idea of alienation, and history being in a continuous state of evolution. The alienation of man from himself is quite reflective when it comes to the case of private property, which for Marx was a great obstacle for freedom. Property has historically, in all societies, reinforced the relations of production, where a minority took charge of production and utilized the labor for their own ends in production. The concept of Marx’s revolution and freedom, then, does not mean that on an individual level, but rather emancipating men from this alienation from their true selves through liberation of species as a whole.... Your Teacher’s April 14, History as a Continuous Process Karl Marx, ...
A rite of passage
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...Passage: The Tibet Female Rite The Tibetans occupy the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, which extends to the Himalayas mountain range. There are other Tibetan populations in China, India, North America and Europe (Kapstein, p28). However, most of the Tibetans are can be found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, which is divided into two regions: the Southwest Tibet that has a mild climate, and the Northwest Tibet that has river valleys that serve as animal rearing land for the nomads, but is desolate (Kapstein, p30). The Tibetan language is the native language for the Tibetans that has three dialects, and is written from left to right, though the Tibetans also speak Chinese (Kapstein, p30... ). The...
Answering questions
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...Passage to India. In it he showeda struggle of classes and wealth/poverty relations in a larger scale. But more important is the fact that the author stressed the material benefit from writing the book about India. It means that he gained both from mocking American auditory and from denouncing colonialism in India. And, finally, his decision to buy a wood was prompted by his desire to try the role of property-owner, to become a colonialist and oppressor himself. I think, this is the main ambivalence of the first paragraph. Also, the author calls this desire a “shame”, but at the same... I. The first paragraph of Forster’s My Wood shouldn’t be considered without taking into account his previous work A...
Summary and reflection
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...Passage to India, this movie took me to another place and time and made it emotionally comprehensible. It is one of the best films. Work Cited Berry, Chris. Chinese films in focus. London: British Film Institute, 2003. pdf.... Farewell My Concubine According to the of the thesis, the narrative of kaige’s farewell my concubine might blind the viewer to a more intimate associations of the films locations and themes.The director insists that the story is not epic, and it is a personal story about few individuals. The writer argues that the film shows how memories are fetish and re-articulated through intimate objects, bodily scars and importantly urban spaces that resist the myths of the Chinese...
Advertisement in India
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...India primarily got success in India through strategic advertising meant to develop the customers’ familiarity with the brand as well as use of traditional Indian spices on the typical McDonald’s meals. Pepsi Pepsi has always been popular in India and its popularity has only grown with the passage of time. Pepsi particularly realized the importance and influence of the Bollywood Film Industry on the people of India. Indians have a craze to follow their stars and celebrities in all aspects, so food was no exception as well. In numerous television advertisements of Pepsi that have been on-air from time to time, Pepsi has been using... Advertising in India McDonald’s McDonald’s launched itself in India for ...
Sociology of India
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...India India Introduction: India is the second largest populous country of the world and world’s first largest democratic country too.It has a diverse culture and traditions which makes it different from the rest of the countries. It is also the biggest secular country. India is having the biggest cricket entertainment, Indian Premier League happening these days which have the cricket players all over the world. Economy: India has the 4th largest economy of the world. The development of the country towards an open-market is making its economy stronger. Quoted in “In feature Politics” (K. R. Gupta. J. R....
Culture perspective of India
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...India have grown manifolds with the passage of time. The trade of import and export in India covers a wide array of merchandise. India assumes a central position in the contemporary global trade, and Indian people also support import by holding a special interest in foreign goods. The leading import and export companies in India include but are not limited to Rishikesh electromatic pvt., Bello Jewel Pvt Ltd., and Bhawal steel agency. Bello Jewel Pvt Ltd. exports precious and semi precious gemstones to other countries. Prakash enterprises are among the chief exporters of alloys and steel of various shapes and grades. Products include but are not limited to needle wires, shapred wires... ? Culture...
The Hindu Religious Thoughts and The British Rule
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...Passage to India. London: Readers Digest Association, 1998. Print. Flood, Gavin D. An Introduction to Hinduism. Cambridge, [England: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Print. Kirkpatrick, Frederick Alexander. Lectures on British Colonization and Empire: First Series (1600-1783). London: J. Murray, 1906. Print. Klostermaier, Klaus... Introduction Politics and religion are said to be strange bed fellows. However, they each influence the functioning of each other. Politics denotes the art of governing the affairs of a nation or a people. Different governments have risen in differing fashions. Religion on the other hand, underscores a collection of beliefs and cultural systems that determine or dictates a ...
The Hindu Religious Essay
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...Passage to India. London: Reader's Digest Association, 1998. Print. Flood, Gavin D. An Introduction to Hinduism. Cambridge, [England: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Print. Kirkpatrick, Frederick Alexander. Lectures on British Colonization and Empire: First Series (1600-1783). London: J. Murray, 1906. Print. Klostermaier, Klaus. A Survey of Hinduism. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007. Print... ? Introduction Politics and religion are said to be strange bed fellows. However, they each influence the functioning of each other. Politics denotes the art of governing the affairs of a nation or a people. Different governments have risen in differing fashions. Religion on the other hand,...
India
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...India is to grow as a world power? Specifically, what must India do or continue to do before it can be seen as a sustainable democracy? In his article ‘Emerging India, Can it remain an open and tolerant society?’ David Masci 1asks whether or not India can ever take the place it feels it deserves on the world stage. India has the worlds second highest population count and is its largest democratic state. In recent years there have been huge economic reforms, as well as the development of several high-tech industries which promise a brighter future. These however exist alongside vast poverty and frequent food shortages, as well as frequent outbursts of violence... What major obstacle must be overcome if...
India
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...India One of the best ways to understand India is through its cosmic structures. These cosmic structures shape the Indian beliefs on spiritualism and exert a significant influence on their culture. Hinduism is one dominant religion in the Indian culture. It generally refers to the set of religious beliefs and customs that have evolved over the centuries and have attained recognition in the Indian culture. Although the beliefs and teaching have evolved over the years, Hinduism is still founded upon nature and on the belief in the existence of gods (Griffin, 1). Hinduism practices a diversity of beliefs. The first and major belief of Hinduism is the belief...
India
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...India became one of the first regions to create an advanced technological society in the ancient world. Owing to the civilization formed along the Indus River Valley, technological society gradually emerged in ancient India as people became more exposed to richness of culture and resources which helped augment their intellectual capacity. Based on archeological findings, the settlers of the Indus Valley expressed versatility of knowledge in mathematics, engineering, writing, sculpture, painting, architecture, government, and even industrial works. One key factor may be drawn from the attributes of the inhabitants such as the Aryans who drove the Dravidians off... to the south. The invasion...
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...India. History plays a major role in guiding the direction that a society takes. Through historical evaluations and analyses, we are able to have a sense of where the society is coming from, and this gives a good perspective of where it is headed. There are various inferences that can be drawn from ancient civilisations, and this is important since the contemporary society can learn from the way that ancient civilisations were managed, and consequently modify and implement these gains for the benefit of all. To this end, India has a rich history that holds various lessons for the different facets of the present world. From the Indus Valley civilisation, the Mughal Empire, arrival... Instruction: Task:...
India
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...India Introduction The activities involved or needed, in the transmission of a product from the manufacturer to the consumer is called business. The main premise of business is trade, and international trade becomes the footing of international business. It becomes the crux of globalization phenomenon. In a globalised world, companies spread their businesses to other countries too. What are the key indicators... ?Table of content Introduction 2. Historical background of the topic under study 3. Current situation analysis 4. International business related information 2 5. Observation on the situation analysis 3 6. Comparisons 3 7. Findings 4 8. Suggestions 4 9. Summary and Conclusions 4 10. References 5...
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...India is the second most populous nation... The term culture refers to a of intellectual development or manners. The social and political forces that influence the growth of a human beingare defined as culture. It refers to the collective historical patterns, values, societal arrangements, manners, ideas, and ways of living that people have used to order their society. It is comprised of all those things we learn as part of growing up including language, religion, beliefs about economic and social relations, political organization and legitimacy, and the thousands of "Do's and Don'ts" society deems important that we know to become a functioning member of that group. With nearly 1 billion citizens, India i...
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...India There is no doubt that today’s world is rapidly becoming vast as the business and social environment expands to include numerous geographic locations, as well as span numerous cultures. This has implications on how people and businesses from diverse cultures communicate and interact (Storti 9). Considering that people come from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds, it can become difficult for individuals to understand how to communicate effectively with other individuals from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The modern and internet technology have opened up new marketplaces that allow us to conduct and promote businesses to new... Business and Leisure Communication in India...
INDIA
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...INDIA: HISTORY, GOVERNMENT AND LANGUAGES The history of India started with the Indus civilization. It started with the transformation of nomads into agriculturists who settled in Baluchistan, Northwest of India. The settlement of the Nomads led to the growth of villages and towns. Climate change coupled with other factors made the Indus civilization disintegrate (Kulke & Rothemund, 28). The Indus civilization was followed by the Indo Aryans who were Semi-nomadic. The indo Aryans gave way to the Vedic Aryans. The Vedic people employed the use of chariots during wars which made it easier for them to defeat enemies. Despite their superiority in the war field, other natural factors... Lecturer Essay#...
India
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...India and Section # of All about India This Paper discusses the research and interview findings from an Indian person about his country. The paper focuses on India's location, its culture and other economic and social features. It then marks out any differences between the research conducted and the personal experience. Introduction One of the key features of globalization is the interaction of people from different backgrounds having diverse cultures, beliefs, traditions and values. People differ in many aspects like age, gender, ethnic group, skills, ideas, religion etc. These differences influence the way they behave, make decisions, and organize work and how... they...
India
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...India General Info With a population of 2 billion people, India a rapidly emerging economic super power and is the world’s fourth-largest economy (Kurian, 375). The country’s recent developments and growth are considered to be a significant achievement of our time. Over six and a half decades since it was able to attain independence, the country has been able to undergo a transformation that in its agricultural industry from a nation that was primarily dependent on grain import to one that is now a global net exporter of food. The life average life-expectancy in the country has achieved double digit growth and in some instances it is estimated to more than...
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...India In the article by Ethan Watters, Joe Henrich, an anthropology and his associates, challenge the belief by most social scientists on human behavior and culture that, human are the same (Watters 1). In their approach to finding the relation between culture and cognition, they study an isolated community called the Machiguenga in Peru, which live in the Amazon basin. Using a game of sharing, Henrich finds out that not all human have the instinct for fairness. He offered some money to a set of two players. The first player was to share money with the second player. In his finding, he discovered that the Machiguenga gave out the smallest amount possible, and none of the...
Nayar of India
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...passage of time, they not only excelled their military skills but also advanced in the fields of law, agriculture and specially medicine. They are distinctively famous for the knowledge of herbal medication known as Ayurveda. Ayurvedic healthcare system has no as such contrast with the allopathic medicines and healthcare. Mode Of Subsistence Is Military Nayars are commonly known as warriors and had a significant impact on the history of pre and post-British ruled India. Though they are assumed to be Kashatriyas, in reality they are not and this fact is advanced by V. Balakrishnan (1982) as he describes that ‘From the history of Travancore (the...
The Passage
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...Passage He went back into the hut, straightened his camp bed, cleaned his submachine gun, and pickedup his shaving kit. On his way, among whitewashed eucalyptus trees and clustering notices commending tidiness and discipline, he suddenly remembered that today was Independence Day, the Fifth of Iyar. Today the platoon was to mount a celebratory parachute display in the Valley of Jezebel. He entered the washroom and, while he waited for a free mirror, brushed his teeth, and though, of pretty girls. In an hour and a half, the preparations would be complete, and the platoon would be airborne, on its way to its destination. Throngs of excited civilians would be waiting for them...
Femicide in India
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...India are empowered and it is the most bright fact irrespective of the causes that led to it. The women’s empowerment means that the society is finally becoming civilized and therefore, its economic outlook will become more attractive for the foreign investment parties. The human society is always known to respond to knowledge and information while, India is doing the same at this time. Abolishing Gender Discrimination in Indian Society: A Scholarly Analysis Introduction The human society is believed to be based on gender discrimination from the study of prehistoric times. In the past, males were primarily... ? Abolishing Gender Discrimination in Indian Society: A Scholarly Analysis The women of India...
Passage Analysis
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...Passage Analysis This passage depicts the kind of heightened sense of terror and horror which is typical of the climax of an Edgar Allen Poe short story. The opening description is both literal and symbolic in nature: the "blood upon her white robes" is actually there and also represents... "There was blood upon her white robes, and the evidence of some bitter struggle upon every portion of her emaciated frame. For a moment she remained trembling and reeling to and fro upon the threshold, then, with a low moaning cry, fell heavily inward upon the person of her brother, and in her violent and now final death-agonies, bore him to the floor a corpse, and a victim to the terrors he had anticipated."...
Passage Analysis
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...Passage “Suddenly a random volley of shots rang out on shore, scaring Miss Bai out of her wits. Dihua had never heard anything like it before, and she, too, was so frightened that her heart began to pound. At the sight of her mother’s panic, however, she rallied and forced herself to offer comfort. Miss Bai suffered one fainting spell after another. A desperate Dihua clasped her mother in her arms and called to her, soothing her in every way she could think of “That was only the army firing at the Boxer bandits. They’ve been driven off now, so you needn’t worry….” Eventually her mother did clam down a little. (P.157)” The Sea of Regret , two turn-of-the-century...
Representation on the Partition of India
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...India It will not be incorrect to that the India-Pakistan separation has been a reason behind the publications of different literature in the subcontinent and among the western history. Seemingly, major motifs of writing were actually shaped while witnessing the literature which was based upon the partition. Particularly, Indian writers have provided a deeper aspect of the partition with respect to the formation of identity which is the evident cinematic theme in the movie and literary devise in the book. For this purpose, the written piece by Anita Desai under the tag of Clear Light of Day and the film Earth by Deepa Mehta can be regarded as pioneers regarding... ? of Representation on the Partition of...
Passage Analysis
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...passage, it is evident that the portrays a rather cunning and infamous character known asMontesore. Certainly, The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe is a piece full of satirical echoes and imagery that purposefully fulfil the intentions of the author. Though he is a busy mason, Montesore takes his time to listen to distracting and sometimes shrilling voices from the vicinity (Poe Web). Principally, the narrator of the episode is also the protagonist in which case he initially he gradually builds suspense in several aspects of the story. In addition, the author uses sound as a major symbolism in the whole narrative in which case he categorically mentions the distraction... Practice Analysis In the...
MBA-Marketing India campaign for Tourism
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...India is found to take the help of integrated communications through large scale uses of several communication tools like advertisement both via print and visual media and also through considerable public relation activities to help generate increased brand awareness for the different tourism activities carried out in the region. Further it was found that unlike India the other neighbouring countries like Malaysia, the region of Singapore and Thailand were attracting many foreign tourists from different countries. It is to address this potential issue of dragging in a large number of foreign tourists... ?MBA-Marketing Table of Contents MBA-Marketing Table of Contents 2 Part A: Current marketing...
The United Kingdom and India Business Environment
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...India and United Kingdom has been phenomenal, and with the passage of time, the administration and corporate sector... Introduction The United Kingdom and India has enjoyed warm and cordial relationship soon after its independence from the British rule. India is considered to be the country which offer better investment opportunities, the labor and the taxation policy of the country has always been encouraging, therefore the investors from the developed country in general, and the United Kingdom in particular, have always taken initiatives for the investment and the expansion of their business activities. Recently, the United Kingdom has reached an understanding with the Indian government, in which the...
Outsourcing keeping India and Pakistan in reference
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...India 9 Outsourcing in China 10 Conclusion 11 References 12 Abstract With the passage of time, when the size of organizations increases as compared to their resources then Outsourcing becomes an ultimate solution for organizations. This paper discusses the detailed overview of the concept “Outsourcing”. This research incorporates the outsourcing working paradigm and its implementation to the organizations. This research concentrates on outsourcing to India, China, and Pakistan. This research... Running head: outsourcing Outsourcing Affiliation November 2009 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Outsourcing 3 History of Outsourcing 5 Advantages of Outsourcing 7 Disadvantages outsourcing 8 Outsourcing in I...
Rites of Passage
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...Passage The Department of Public Welfare was established in 1910 at Kansas United State. Its main goal was to provide public relief to the local public. The department would liaise with other private corporations to provide assistance to poor individuals living in towns and urban areas. This included the sick, destitute children and disabled. Usually, these disadvantaged people, having no steady source of income, suffered from economic changes and poor living condition. As a result of this, the mid nineteenth century saw significant deterioration of living standards of the poor people, characterized by high death rates and disease preferences, high-level of indiscipline, mismanagement... Rites of...
The History of Caste in India
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...India ‘Caste’ in India is today primarily understood as a social and political dilemma and any history of caste must necessarily have a strong focus on the ‘Scheduled Castes’ and ‘Other Backward Castes’‘, those that have suffered the most exclusion throughout history and continue to do so to this day. The origin as well as definition of ‘caste’ remains ambiguous, despite a considerable body of research that spans three centuries. And despite more recent research by Ambedkar (1946, 1948), which still awaits endorsement by other scholars. As Dominic LaCapra points out “there is, of course, a tension between ‘knowing the past in its own terms’ and the anachronism of inserting... ?The History Of Caste in...
Passage Identification and Explication
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...Passage Identification and Explication In “Civil Disobedience”, David Thoreau’s line, ‘Unjust laws exist, shall we be content to obey them, or shall we endeavor to amend them, and obey them until we have succeeded, or shall we transgress them at once?’ cries the naked truth about the existence of laws that were made to protect the people but somehow are abused in whatever means man can think about, making the laws ineffective and unjust. The theme of Thoreau’s essay is about fighting for what is right and being honored for what one believes in, in accordance to conscience and not what the laws or humans suggest. This has been inspired by his imprisonment because of his refusal to pay his tax...
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