By Norma Ostrander
This novel places colonialism less than the microscope and examines racism in India through the interval of English colonization. Forster provides us a story of a unprecedented friendship and the fragile threads that continue it alive - or permit it to disintegrate. This concise complement to E.M. Forster's A Passage to India is helping scholars comprehend the final constitution of the radical, activities and motivations of the characters, and the social and cultural views of the writer.
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The reader can find many others for himself; since Forster himself does not pretend to answer them, it would be presumptuous to do so here. In fact, part of the essence of mysticism is its inexpressibility; it cannot be reduced to words, to questions with answers. However, the reader should at least be aware of those elements that have mystical overtones—primarily the character of Mrs. Moore, the echo and its effect on her, and many of the aspects of Hinduism. Structure A Passage to India falls naturally into three parts.
McBryde is somewhat more broad-minded and less conventional than the others, but in the final analysis his attitude is the same as theirs: the Indians are inferior. The Missionaries Mr. Sorley and Mr. Graysford have one goal in mind, to convert the Indians to Christianity. Their aim is benevolent; their motives are pure. However, one can only be converted to something that seems to him better than that which he already has. The missionaries cannot quite agree that God loves all his creation equally, and the Hindu cannot accept a religion that does less than that.
Because the caves are so much alike, Aziz is unable to locate the spot where he left Adela. When he sees her going down the hill he rationalizes away the peculiar circumstances of her hasty departure, such as the broken strap of her field glasses, which appear to have been unceremoniously dropped, and the disappearance of the guide. Fielding, with his logical English mind, is uneasy. Mrs. Moore remains unmoved. By now the reader is aware of the many references which Forster makes to the differences in Oriental and Occidental thinking.
A Passage To India (Cliffs Notes) by Norma Ostrander