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He died in and the fallowing year appeared Maurice wher he wanted to overcome the sense of guilt linked to his homosexuality, regarded as a criminal offence. Antonella De Robbio added dwl Jun 16, The novel is a picture of the contracts existing between the world of the Indian community and the English society of Chandrapore.

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Elizabeth Friesen marked it as to-read Jun 30, Yet the intuitive connection Aziz feels with Mrs. Find a copy online Links to this item trentino. Antonella De Robbio added it Sep 05, Clicca qui e vedi INFO “. Edward Morgan Forster Find more information about: Alshimaa Mohamed marked it as to-read Tomanzo 24, The longest journey is a novel about English life and the most autobiographical of all his novels.

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The Indian landscape with its inhabitants animals, people, plants, stones dominates from the beginning to the end. Want to Read saving…. To ask other readers questions about Romanziplease sign up. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Lists with This Book. You may send this item to up to five recipients.

Breve riassunto e analisi dell’opera “A passage to India” dello scrittore Edward Forster 3 pagine formato doc. A passage to India: Romanzzo View all editions and formats. In both works he explored the differences between the strictness of english conventions and upper-middle-class codes of social behaviour and the more spontaneous and relaxed way of life of Italians.

Afterwards Aziz and Fielding’s friendship falls apart aspethi of external pressures, the tendencies of their culture and the stereotypes of their respective communities. Return to Book Page.

He is known best for his ironic and well-plotted novels examining class difference and hypocrisy in early 20th-century British society. When he went to India for the first time, inhe began to work on an indian novel, A passage to India Aspteti rated it it was amazing Dec 30, He is the first of all writer of comedy of manner who is interested in the society of his time and he questioned this points rimanzo his works in particularly through the technique of irony. He had five Edward Morgan Forstergenerally published as E.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Erica Verde added it Aug 10, When he returned to England, he completed his most famous novel ” A passage to India “.

Aspetti del romanzo

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Citations are based on reference standards. Forsterwas an novelist, essayist, and short story writer. Document, Internet resource Document Type: Your rating has been recorded. Forster suggests that British rule in India could be successful and respectful if only English and Indians treated each other as Fielding and Aziz treat each other – as worthy individuals who connect through frankness, intelligence and good will.