Discuss the significance of the events in the Marabar Caves in A Passage to India.

Answer: Marabar Caves serve a very remarkable significance in the famous humanitarian novel “A Passage to India”. In the Marabar Caves the cross cultural tensions rises to its climax. In these caves Mrs. Moore, Adela Quested and Aziz are totally changed. The visit to these cause causes the physical and spiritual breakdown of Mrs. Moore, Read More

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Discuss the theme of imperialism with special reference to A Passage to India.

Answer: A Passage to India is a famous novel of E. M. Forster written about colonialism or imperialism. It was published in 1924 when India was groaning under the iron heals of British imperialism. The Indians were struggling for freedom under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. The attitude of the British Government towards the new Read More

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