A Passage to India

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Exploring issues of colonialism, faith and the limits of comprehension, E.M. Forster's "A Passage to India" is edited by Oliver Stallybrass, with an introduction by Pankaj Mishra. When Adela Quested and her elderly companion Mrs Moore arrive in the I ...Continua
Slash
Ha scritto il 29/08/13
My passage to India
Tre mondi a confronto: India, Inghilterra e Islam, tre culture, tre realtà, tre visioni della vita, tre religioni che convivono fianco a fianco. Interessante confronto tra quello che era negli anni 20 e quello che è adesso un paese ancora pieno di co...Continua
David Anthony Saenz
Ha scritto il 23/10/10
I would definitely say one of Forster's best. The political undertones and play of racism and predjudice between--and within--classes and races is facinating. The characters you should hate, you despise, and the ones you think you would like end up...Continua
Merenwen Oronar
Ha scritto il 15/01/10

A very good book, indeed. Even if the true India is not to be found here... a little bit too much english, in my opinion. But still interesting.

Voronda
Ha scritto il 22/11/09
Not the sort of book that I would usually be reading and I did only start reading it for school. But although the book isn't my usual reading taste I did finish it, which is not exactly the norm for me when it comes to mandatory reading. ^-^ The book...Continua
MandiMandi
Ha scritto il 11/07/09

Just one thing: I've never read anything so bad written in my life! For the rest, this novel is maybe the only one that gave me nothing: if I didn't read it, I would feel just the same.


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