A passage to India
|Format:||Print Book 1991|
|Availability:||Available at 5 Libraries 7 of 8 copies|
Britain's three-hundred-year relationship with the Indian subcontinent produced much fiction of interest but only one indisputable masterpiece: E. M. Forster's A Passage to India , published in 1924, at the height of the Indian independence movement. Centering on an ambiguous incident between a young Englishwoman of uncertain stability and an Indian doctor eager to know his conquerors better, Forster's book explores, with unexampled profundity, both the historical chasm between races and the eternal one between individuals struggling to ease their isolation and make sense of their humanity.
|Series||Everyman's library (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.) ; 29.|
India -- Social conditions -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York :Knopf :1991
Distributed by Random House,
Furbank, P. N.
(Philip Nicholas), 1920-2014.
"First included in Everyman's library, 1942"--T.p. verso.
xxxix, 293 pages ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (page xxxi).