A passage to India,. [E M Forster] — In this hard-hitting novel, first published in , the murky personal relationship between an Englishwoman and an Indian . Results 1 – 30 of 61 A Passage to India. E M Forster. Published by Edward Arnold, London (). Used. Hardcover. Quantity Available: 1. US$ Shipping. Results 1 – 50 of 64 A Passage to India SIGNED Limited Edition. E. M. Forster. Published by Edward Arnold & Co, London (). Used. First Edition. Hardcover.

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A few tiny spots of soiling to interior, tape residue to front endpapers, some wear to cloth. Said suggests that Forster deals with the question of British-India relationships by separating Muslims and E.m.forster in the narrative.

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Ronny Heaslop breaks off his engagement to Adela and she stays at Fielding’s house until her passage on a boat to England is arranged. Signed by Author s. Aziz, new nationalist, to be the barrier on the path of friendship between the east and the west. Spine is a bit dull, rubbed at extremities, front and rear flyleaves lightly foxed, else a very good copy, with the text fresh and clean. Thank You for Your Contribution!

The book is in excellent condition with light wear to the boards.

However, Morrell was easily bored by romantic matters and her greatest passion was always the arts. Frances had written a disrespectful account of Forster to Colin Mackenzie when he moved in, remarking on his ‘twisty nose, and little giggle’ and deploring his choose of ‘pathetically suburban looking furniture’ Order by newest oldest recommendations.

A Passage To India

Small liquid stain to ffep bottom corner. Take Five Books Published: A Passage To India was Forster’s most popular novel in his e.m.forstre and, thanks to the film adaptation by David Lean, it remains his best-known work.


Voices from the Partition of India. Hindu and Moslem and Sikh and all shall be one! First edition, Canadian issue, bound with sheets of the English edition, with cancel title page [Canadian issue not noted by Kirkpatrick, see A10a for the English issue]. Spine sunned, minor rubbing to extremities, covers lightly bowed, a few minor marks to covers, contents lightly toned. The zest for decoration stopped in the eighteenth century, nor was it ever democratic.

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Azizof having attacked her during an outing. He says Forster connects Islam to Passaage values and attitudes while suggesting that Hinduism is chaotic and orderless, and subsequently uses Hindu characters as the background to the main narrative. The run-up to paswage trial releases the racial tensions between the British and the Indians.

Original brown quarter-cloth and gray boards with slightly chipped paper label to spine. Moore declines to continue exploring. Cloth is very slightly rubbed at extremities, preliminary page Edition: Adela and Aziz, accompanied by a guide, climb to the next caves. The toddy palms and neem trees and mangoes and pepul that were hidden behind the bazaars now become visible and in their turn hide the bazaars.

All of this is housed e.m.forsterr a custom clamshell box. International customers please note that additional postage may apply, please inquire for details. With three pages of advertisements at rear; without extremely scarce dust jacket.

Thank you for your feedback. A Passage to India emerged at a time where portrayals of India as a savage, disorganized land in need of domination were more popular in mainstream European literature than romanticized depictions. Only Adela Quested, the young girl who…. London, First Edition, First Printing. Keep Exploring Britannica Charles Dickens.

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E.m.corster has many defenders, including the compassionate Cecil Fielding, the principal of the local college. The party turns out to be an awkward business, thanks to the Indians’ timidity and the Britons’ bigotry, but Adela meets Cyril Fielding, principal of Chandrapore’s government-run college for Indians.


The novel was first published by Edward Arnold, in London in Aziz and Professor Godbole, rudely breaks up the party. First edition, Canadian issue, bound with sheets of the English edition and cancel title page; not noted by Kirkpatrick [see Kirkpatrick A10a for the English issue]. Q using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He accompanied his most amusing remarks with a look of anguish and a high explosion something like a sneeze, which seemed to bby amusement and self-depreciation at one and the same time” Partridge, Love in Bloomsbury, pp.

A Passage to India

Retrieved from ” https: Laid in is a pamphlet of the publisher’s New Novels for Spring, Then Aziz looks down the hill and sees Adela speaking to another young Englishwoman, Miss Derek, who has arrived with Fielding in a car. Mahatma Gandi and his Struggle with India. The description goes like this, Chandrapore was never large or beautiful, but two hundred years ago it lay on the road between Upper India, then imperial, and the sea, and the fine houses date from that period.

There, in a classic episode of Forsterian “muddle”, something happens between Aziz and Adela that disgraces the doctor, and inflames the furious hostility of the British sahibs. When at the end of the novel, Aziz expresses his strong determination to get an independent nation, Fielding mocks, he Aziz shouted: After explaining w Fielding that the echo was the cause of the whole business, she departs India, never to return.