“...for literature had always been a solace for him, something that the ugliness of facts could not spoil.” ― E.M. Forster, A Passage to India Explain this quote in your own words.
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Aziz was flattered when he was asked to write a poem. Although Aziz was often at a cultural war with himself, the truth of literature was a constant solace to him. Beautiful fiction and prose could take him away, at least momentarily, from the fact that he was an Indian who had appreciated the British. In books there was truth that transcended the strict cultural rules and bigotry of the world.