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Discuss how different characters represent different attitudes to India in A...

Discuss how different characters represent different attitudes to India in A Passage to India. Ans. Ronny Heaslop, the city Magistrate at Chandrapore, Cyril Fielding, the principal...

Write a brief note on narrative technique in A Passage to...

Write a brief note on narrative technique in A Passage to India. Ans. E.M. Forster uses a traditional method of telling his story in A Passage...

Justify the title of the novel A Passage to India

Justify the title of the novel 'A Passage to India, Ans: E.M Forster borrows the title of his famous novel from Walt poem, A passage to...

Comment on Forster’s art of characterization in A Passage to India

Comment on Forster's art of characterization in A Passage to India. Ans. E.M. Forster has shown his mastery in the art of character portrayal in A Passage...

 Comment On the Anglo-Indian’s attitude towards Indians in A passage to...

Comment On the Anglo-Indian's attitude towards Indians in A passage to India Ans. E.M. India in 1912-13 and in 1921 provided him with the knowledge...

Discuss Forster’s use of symbolism in A Passage to India

Discuss Forster's use of symbolism in A Passage to India. Ans. A Passage to India contains different types of symbols. The principal symbols are the...

Comment on the Raj in India in A Passage to India

How does E.M. Forster portray the English in India in his novel Passage to India?  Comment on the Raj in India in A Passage to India.  Ans. The...

Discuss the significance of Fielding’s tea-party in A Passage to India

 Discuss the significance of Fielding's tea-party in A Passage to India. Ans. The Bridge Party offered by the British officialdom is a total failure but the...

Write a short note on Aziz Fielding relationship in A Passage...

Comment on Forster's treatment of the theme of friendship in Passage to India. Write a short note on Aziz Fielding relationship in A Passage to India.   Ans. Aziz-Fielding...

Conrad and E.M. Forster deal with British Colonialism in their novels

Both Conrad and Forster deal with British colonialism in their novels Heart of Darkness and A Passage to India. How do they differ in their treatment of...

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