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Chapter 6: A Passage to India

This book is set against the backdrop of the British Raj and the Indian independence movement in the 1920s. East meets West in A Passage to India. Or does it? Why should Miss Quested accuse Dr. Azimuth of assaulting her on an outing to the Maradar Caves? How can Dr. Arizona defend himself against such an unfair charge? Will the trial cause a bloody battle between Indians and the British community?

E.M. Forster

286 pages

Published in 1924

Recommended by Zeta Platanou

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For once, between Indians and Englishmen, trust and affection had defeated the more usual feelings of suspicion and annoyance. In the old war between good and evil, goodness had won a small battle.

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