A Passage to India

compare forster depiction of the english in chandrapore with his depiction of aziz indian community.Do thy tow groups have any similarities?


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I red the novel a long time ago but somehow the David Lean's film sticks in my head. In any case, your question. I think Dr. Aziz is somewhat of an outsider in Indian society. To be sure he likes to make friends of all kinds but he seems, initially, sympathetic the English. He is talkative with the English and Indians see him as something of an apologist for their occupiers. Azis reflects an Indian version of what Indians in Chandrapore despise.