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By E. M. Forster

Among the best novels of the 20 th century and the root for director David Lean’s Academy Award-winning movie, A Passage to India tells of the conflict of cultures in British India after the flip of the century. In beautiful prose, Forster unearths the threat that lurks simply underneath the outside of standard lifestyles, as a typical false impression erupts right into a devastating affair.

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I shall dispatch him with all possible speed. " They sped off and Mr. Harris, after a reproachful glance, squatted down upon his hams. When English and Indians were both present, he grew self-conscious, because he did not know to whom he belonged. For a little he was vexed by opposite currents in his blood, then they blended and he belonged to no one but himself. But Miss Derek was in tearing spirits. She had succeeded in stealing the Mudkul car. Her Maharajah would be awfully sick, but she didn't mind, he could sack her if he liked.

Moore. " "Oh, do you think so, Mr. " "A mystery is only a high-sounding term for a muddle. No advantage in stirring it up, in either case. " "There'll be no muddle when you come to see me," said Aziz, rather out of his depth. "Mrs. " The old lady accepted: she still thought the young doctor excessively nice; moreover, a new feeling, half languor, half excitement, bade her turn down any fresh path. Miss Quested accepted out of adventure. She also liked Aziz and believed that when she knew him better he would unlock his country for her.

How gross he had been at Mr. Fielding's spoiling the talk and walking off in the middle of the haunting song! As he drove them away in the turn-turn, her irritation became unbearable and she did not realize that much of it was directed against her. She longed for an opportunity to fly out at him and since he felt cross too and they were both in India, an opportunity soon occurred. " and she promptly opened fire. "Mrs. Moore, your delightful doctor has decided on a picnic, instead of a party in his house; we are to meet him out there you, myself, Mr.

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