A Passage to India

why did McBryde think thay his opinion of indians was better than fielding's?

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"But, you see, Fielding, as I've said to you once before, you're a schoolmaster, and consequently you come across these people at their best. That's what puts you wrong. They can be charming as boys. But I know them as they really are, after they have developed into men."


A Passage to India/ Chapter 18