A Passage to India

what are conflicts in passage to india

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The backdrop surrounds the conflict of British occupied India India and the discontent of Indians under the occupation. The intricacies of this conflict are manifested through the character of Dr.Aziz. Although he is generous and loving toward his English friends, including Mrs. Moore and Cyril Fielding, after Adela Quested accuses him of assault he becomes bitter, vindictive and notoriously anti-British. A primary concern of A Passage to India is the shift in Dr. Aziz's views of the British from accommodating and even a bit submissive to an aggressively anti-colonial stance. Dr. Aziz's discontent serves as a microcosm for the conflict in the country as a whole.