A Passage to India by E.M. Forster

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A Passage to India by E.M. Forster

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  • Title: A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
  • Author: Hilda D. Spear
  • ISBN: 9783604396175
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
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    One thought on “A Passage to India by E.M. Forster

    1. Gene Pisasale on said:

      "A Passage to India" by E.M. Forster has been rated a "classic", even one of the best novels of the 20th century- so I decided to read it while on vacation in Palm Springs- a place that's quite conducive to relaxation and reading. The book is a story about the interactions between English expatriots and travelers who visit India- and the natives who live there. The time frame is the early 20th century; the book came out in 1924. Forster was an English author wh focused many of his works on class [...]

    2. Nancy on said:

      Different than other Forster novels, and yet the same. Quirky characters, more likeable traits in the "natives" (this time Indians rather than Italians) than the stuffy Brits, but still enough flaws on each side to keep it somewhat real. The book on CD is especially good b/c the voices of the many characters are kept distinct

    3. Noreen on said:

      I just re-read Women in Love by DH Lawrence and could not understand how I was ever drawn to it. Seemed like an adolescent mistake to me. I read Passage to India around the same time in my life and what a different experience upon re-reading! Still a great book. He's a master craftsman, isn't he? And this is as moving, disturbing, and thought-provoking as ever.

    4. Kirsten on said:

      I had heard great things about this book and was excited to read it. However, I was disappointed. The first half was boring, then something kind of exciting happened, and the last half was also pretty boring.

    5. Ciel on said:

      How dare I give this classic (audio) book a thumbs down? It was too dated to hold my interest. Slow, politically incorrect, I found it more tiring to slog through than it seemed to warrant.

    6. Karen on said:

      Sad how two cultures living together make no effort to understand each other.

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