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A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
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Sep 13, 2014

really liked it
bookshelves: 1900-1939, novels, _book-shelf, _1001-before-you-die, _great-britain, _asia
Read in March, 2009

We are all people and connected somehow but when it comes to the question of nationality and race it becomes a hindrance to some and a difficult thing to overcome. The hypocritical British India is shaken and probably even dropped a little from its pedestal (the court scene) but the prejudices stay and ultimately we wait what happens to the friendship of an Englishman and an Indian. Forster's writing is rich and though sometimes seemingly simple it has some underlying symbolism and great thoughts.

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