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A passage to India : authoritative text, backgrounds and contexts, criticism
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"Based on the 1925 first edition of the text, this Norton Critical Edition features E. M. Forster's A Passage to India, a story set in the 1920s following the path of two Englishwomen who travel in hopes to see the real India. During a moment of confusion, an accusation is made against Aziz, an Indian doctor, which leads to the growing racial tensions between Indians and the British. The "Backgrounds and Contexts" of this Norton Critical Edition provides Forster's personal connections to India and an in-depth look at the independence movements in India during colonial British presence. "Criticism" explores contemporary responses, essays, and film adaptation. A chronology and selected bibliography are also included"--
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|Lyons Public Library||FICTION Forster, E. (A Passage to India) (Text)
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