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A passage to India
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A passage to India 1. 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.… Aziz and friends longs for the company of an English man, the common wish…
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A Passage to India
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A 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.… As an initial matter, it is…
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A Passage to India Analysis
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The following paper "A Passage to India" provides a discussion and interpretation in order to develop a narrowly focused theme in a novel ‘A Passage to India’ by E.M. Forster that sheds great light on to the relationship between the Indians and British. … The story begins with the question that whether or not an Indian and Englishman can truly sustain a…
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Forster's A Passage to India
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The novel 'A 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.… Moore's son from…
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A Passage to India through the Lens of Orientalism
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Orientalism presents a critical study of the Western world’s patronizing cultural representations and perceptions, as well as their fictional depictions, of the Eastern world and the people inhabiting the Middle East and Asia. … A Passage to India through the Lens of Orientalism In A Passage to India, the author bases his story on the complex interactions…
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Illusions and Disillusionment in A Passage to India
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The writer of the essay "Illusions and disillusionment in A Passage to India" aims to analyze Forster’s "A Passage to India" which creates a world which is full of illusions. The characters cherish certain illusions in their life around which all their hopes lie.… The similar instance of this realization occurs “when what the cosmic forces…
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Illusions and disillusionment in A Passage to India
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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.… E.M. Forster in his A passage to India creates a world which is full of illusions. The characters cherish certain illusions in…
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Sexual difference in A Passage to India (by E. M Forster)
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Forster’s novel A Passage to India, especially in the friendship between Fielding and Aziz or the closeness between Adela Quested and Aziz. Forsters… Aziz and Fielding, that Arthur Martland showed in Passion and Prose (1997) or the failed relationship between Adela Quested and Aziz point out to the gulf that separates the colonized Indians from their British…
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Analysis and Interpretation to Develop a Narrowly Focused Theme in A Passage to India
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Name Surname Supervisor Subject Date On a Theme in ‘A 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 paper attempts to explore this…
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Passage To India. Responses
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This paper aims to dwell upon "Passage To India", the novel by English author E. M. Forster. Brief responses to the novel are presented in this paper to show the discriminative nature of British in India, character's description etc.… The movie painstakingly denotes the adversities that can exist in a society where mistrust and trepidation are predominant. I…
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Sexuality in Forsters Passage to India
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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. … rsonal relation by the racist assumptions and psycho-pathology inherent on colonial imperialism." Although Forster has maintained that "Passage" has nothing to do with politics and is less related…
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Post-colonial fiction in India
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Post-colonial fiction seemed interesting to me for various reasons. Most significantly, it addresses the value systems of colonialism from the point of view of writers from once-colonized nations. … However, I was fascinated to realize that post-colonial works did not necessarily have to come from once-colonized nations, and they were not always the works…
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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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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… “Then he hurried to Fielding, drew him aside and said with pseudo –heartiness, “ I say , old man , do excuse me , but I think perhaps you…
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See the assigment attached
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Questions of identity related to race, gender and nationality are closely interrogated by the postcolonial theorists. Edwards Said’s book Orientalism: Western Conceptions of… Therefore it is possible to read E.M Forster’s novel A Passage to India, written many years before the Indian independence, as a text that represents both colonial and postcolonial…
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The Dark side or the inner beast and its deferent manifestation in the modern novels
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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 upgraded its definitions.… II. Consideration of some leading pieces of…
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Essay on relationship between 'race' and gender in the unit text
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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… al studies by scholars examined the various kinds of discrimination based on race, religion or gender in the literary works of both past and present as well as in the attitudes…
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European Colonialism
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The assimilation of western philosophy and culture of science through negotiation was evident amongst the Japanese (Davis, Harrison, and Johnson 1059). Both the Japanese and Indians were… The Japanese put up a concrete conflict between the European’s philosophy of wealth and spirituality and the Japanese philosophy. Japan was against the Westerners’ well…
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Passage
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Karl Marx, in the section History as a Continuous Process of his work “German Ideology”, puts forward that the power that oppresses individuals when their activity broadens to the world historical, can only be dissolved through the overthrowing of the current social… in transcending both national and local barriers, which further enable them to enjoy the…
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A rite of passage
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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… The Tibetans have Lamaism as their religion, which is an integration of the native Tibetan religion (Bon) and Mahayana Buddhism (Kapstein, p38). In a general perspective, the…
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Answering questions
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The first paragraph of Forster’s My Wood shouldn’t be considered without taking into account his previous work A Passage to India. In it he showed a struggle of classes and wealth/poverty relations in a larger scale. But more important is the fact that the author stressed… I think, this is the main ambivalence of the first paragraph. Also, the author calls…
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Summary and reflection
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According to the author 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… The film, the author, argues, uses political challenges as a backdrop for the story…
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Advertisement in India
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According to the management consultancy AT Kearney, the consumption of the urban Indians in two major cities of India i.e. Delhi and Mumbai was increased three to five times a month with the launch of… So McDonald’s decided to project itself as a food that caters for and addresses the needs of the “Indian” population. “McDonalds wanted to position itself as…
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Sociology of India
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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… R. Gupta. J. R. Gupta. 2010), India has now the world’s 11th largest economy and the…
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Culture perspective of India
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This current research is being carried out to provide a better insight to India through a review of its history, culture, familial structure and roles, religions, type of society, trade, employment trends, holidays, foods and customs. … This essay explores that India is next to China and is among the world’s most populated countries. Covering 2.4 per cent of…
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The Hindu Religious Thoughts and The British Rule
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This essay discusses the politics and religion, that are said to be strange bed fellows. The researcher of this essay states that most of the European colonial powers used religion to infiltrate countries and discusses Hindu religious thoughts in light of the British rule in 1750-1945.… This essay describes how politics and religion each influence the…
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