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A Passage to India

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Title: A Passage to India
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Subject: Social Issues
Date: April 9, 2005
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This leads to the tension and hostility felt throughout the novel, but even more so at the end of the novel. Argument #1 In the novel A Passage to India we see Forester demonstrate many instances of misconceptions. The misconception is based on assumptions, preconceptions and racial prejudice...
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The misconception is based on assumptions, preconceptions and racial prejudice. The English have been in power since the late 1800's and since then have formed strong racial/cultural prejudice, preconceptions and assumptions without getting to know the Indian culture firsthand and the same can be said about the Indians harboring misconceptions of the English...
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