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Passage to India

While on a trip in 1928 to visit her son, Mrs. Moore, accompanied by her son's fiancée, becomes appalled at the treatment of the Indians by the ruling British government. Later, they befriend a native Indian who, over-stepping the accepted norms of his culture, invites the two ladies on an excursion. In a strange turn of events, he is accused of attempting to rape the young girl.

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  • "Passage to India"@ja
  • "Indo e no michi"
  • "インドへの道"
  • "Abinger edition of E.M. Forster"
  • "Intriguing India"@en
  • "Yin du zhi lu"@en
  • "印度之旅"
  • "Silk road journey II"@en

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  • "While on a trip in 1928 to visit her son, Mrs. Moore, accompanied by her son's fiancée, becomes appalled at the treatment of the Indians by the ruling British government. Later, they befriend a native Indian who, over-stepping the accepted norms of his culture, invites the two ladies on an excursion. In a strange turn of events, he is accused of attempting to rape the young girl."@en
  • "Classic fiction. After a mysterious incident during their visit to the Marabar Caves, the charming Dr Aziz is accused of assaulting Adela Quested, a nav̐e young Englishwoman. His trial exposes the fragile structure of Anglo-Indian relations and the racism inherent in colonialism is exposed. A Passage to India compellingly depicts the fate of individuals caught between the great political and cultural conflicts of the modern world."
  • "Forsterâ s 1924 masterpiece, A Passage to India, is a novel about preconceptions and misconceptions and the desire to overcome the barrier that divides East and West in colonial India. It shows the limits of liberal tolerance, good intentions, and good will in sorting out the common problems that exist between two very different cultures. Forsterâ s famous phrase, 'only connect', stresses the need for human beings to overcome their hesitancy and prejudices and work towards realizing affection and tolerance in their relations with others. But when he turned to colonial India, where the English a."@en
  • "This account captures the clash of two cultures, East and West, in British India after the turn of the century."
  • "What really happened to Miss Quested in the Marabar Caves? This tantalising question provides the intense drama of racial tension at the centre of Foster's last and greatest novel."
  • "First published in 1924."@en
  • "Adela Quested travels to India with Mrs. Moore, her fiance's mother, to visit her fiance, who is the city magistrate of Chandrapore. They befriend a young Indian man, Dr. Aziz, who invites them on a picnic to Marabar caves, and is later accused of attempting to rape Miss Quested."@en
  • "A classic account of the clash of cultures in British India after the turn of the century revealing the menace lurking just under the surface of ordinary misunderstanding."@en
  • "A classic account of the clash of cultures in Britich India after the turn of the century."
  • "A young Englishwoman travels to India to visit her fiancee and is caught between the allure of the exotic Indian lifestyle and proper upbringing."@en
  • "While on a trip in 1928 to visit her son, Mrs. Moore, accompanied by her son's fiancee, becomes appalled at the treatment of the Indians by the ruling British government. Later, they befriend a native Indian who, over-stepping the accepted norms of his culture, invites the two ladies on an excursion. In a strange turn of events, he is accused of attempting to rape the young girl."
  • "Centering on an ambiguous incident between a young Englishwoman of uncertain stability and an Indian doctor eager to know his conquerors better, Forster's book explores, with unexampled profundity, both the historical chasm between races and the eternal one between individuals struggling to ease their isolation and make sense of their humanity."
  • "Centering on an ambiguous incident between a young Englishwoman of uncertain stability and an Indian doctor eager to know his conquerors better, Forster's book explores, with unexampled profundity, both the historical chasm between races and the eternal one between individuals struggling to ease their isolation and make sense of their humanity."@en
  • "E. M. Forster?s 1924 masterpiece, -- -- Where Angels Fear to TreadHoward?s EndA Passage to India -- Aspects of the Novel -- The Shrinking Man. Whether the work is centered in the here and now, in the past, or in some distant and almost unimaginable future, each work is lasting and memorable and award-winning."@en
  • "E. M. Forster?s 1924 masterpiece, -- -- Where Angels Fear to TreadHoward?s EndA Passage to India -- Aspects of the Novel -- The Shrinking Man. Whether the work is centered in the here and now, in the past, or in some distant and almost unimaginable future, each work is lasting and memorable and award-winning."
  • "A story set in India, capturing the troubled spirit of the country during the Raj.; This title is also available as a film_"
  • "What really happened to Miss Quested in the Marabar Caves? This tantalising question provides the intense drama of racial tension at the centre of Forster's last and greatest novel."
  • "A classic account of the clash of cultures in British India after the turn of the century."@en
  • "Misunderstanding explodes into riot as cultures clash in turn-of-the- century British India."@en
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."@en
  • "Ranked among the greatest novels of the twentieth century, this classic account of the clash of cultures in British India after the turn of the century ironically reveals the menace lurking just under the surface of ordinary misunderstanding."@en
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "When Adela and her elderly companion Mrs Moore arrive in the Indian town of Chandrapore, they quickly feel trapped by its insular and prejudiced British community. Determined to explore the 'real India', they seek the guidance of the charming and mercurial Dr Aziz, a cultivated Indian Muslim. Soon the well-respected doctor finds himself at the center of a scandal that rouses violent passions. (Buchdeckel verso)."
  • "In this hard-hitting novel, first published in 1924, the murky personal relationship between an Englishwoman and an Indian doctor mirrors the troubled politics of colonialism. Adela Quested and her fellow British travelers, eager to experience the "real" India, develop a friendship with the urbane Dr. Aziz. While on a group outing, Adela and Dr. Aziz visit the Marabar caves together. As they emerge, Adela accuses the doctor of assaulting her. While Adela never actually claims she was raped, the decisions she makes ostracize her from both her countrymen and the natives, setting off a complex chain of events that forever changes the lives of all involved. This intense and moving story asks the listener serious questions about preconceptions regarding race, sex, religion, and truth. A political and philosophical masterpiece."@en
  • "In this hard-hitting novel, first published in 1924, the murky personal relationship between an Englishwoman and an Indian doctor mirrors the troubled politics of colonialism. Adela Quested and her fellow British travelers, eager to experience the "real" India, develop a friendship with the urbane Dr. Aziz. While on a group outing, Adela and Dr. Aziz visit the Marabar caves together. As they emerge, Adela accuses the doctor of assaulting her. While Adela never actually claims she was raped, the decisions she makes ostracize her from both her countrymen and the natives, setting off a complex chain of events that forever changes the lives of all involved. This intense and moving story asks the listener serious questions about preconceptions regarding race, sex, religion, and truth. A political and philosophical masterpiece."
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  • "Classic fiction"@en
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"@en
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
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  • "History"
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  • "Novela política"
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  • "Powieść angielska"

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  • "A passage to India : [now a major motion picture]"
  • "PASSAGE TO INDIA"
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  • "Passage to India"
  • "A Passage to India : By E.M. Forster"
  • "A Passage to India. [With an introductory essay on the novels of E.M. Forster, by Peter Burra, and notes by the author.]"@en
  • "A passage to India : notes"@en
  • "A passage to India : notes"
  • "A Passage to India"
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  • "A passage to India : case book"
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  • "Passage to India : a casebook"@en
  • "A passage to India : E.M. Forster ; edited by Oliver Stallybrass"@en
  • "Indo eno michi"@ja
  • "A passage to India : [by] Edward Forster : notes"@en
  • "A Passage to India : notes by the author"
  • "The manuscripts of A passage to India : a dissertation presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of philosophy"
  • "A passage to India notes"
  • "A Passage to India. [With an introductory essay on the novels of E. M. Forster, by Peter Burra, and notes by the author.]"
  • "A passage to India / E. M. Forster"
  • "A Passage to India / E. M. Forster; With an introduction by P. N. Furbank"
  • "A passage to India : (uitg. Arnold)"
  • "A passage to india"
  • "A PASSAGE TO INDIA"@en
  • "インドへの道"
  • "A passage to India : Cliffs notes"@en
  • "A passage to India = yin du zhi lu"
  • "A Passage to india"
  • "˜Aœ passage to India"
  • "A passage to India"
  • "A passage to India"@en
  • "A passage to India : [novel]"
  • "[Forster's] "A passage to India" : notes"
  • "A passage to India : with an introduction by P. N. Furbank"
  • "A Passage To India"
  • "A Passage To India"@en
  • "A passage to India : Notes"
  • "A passage To India"
  • "The manuscripts of A passage to India"@en
  • "A Passage to India, introd. by Peter Burra; notes by the author"@en
  • "A passage to India = 印度之旅"
  • "A Passage to India, by E. M. Forster"@en
  • "A Pasage to India"
  • "A passage to India : [1924]"
  • "A Passage to India. [A novel.]"@en

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