It is as if Forster knows that the framework would collapse ever so easily with the slightest departure from his selected story-line or plot-structure or lecture-structure. As I said, there is much jauntiness here, and this fragility of the structure being built, I felt, was the essential moral Forster was trying to convey. All the allusions to pseudo-scholarship and all the self-reference using that ironic title seems to be meant to guide the student to an appreciation that the novel is an amorphous mass -- the image that begins the lectures -- and any shape we might try to impose on it is contingent on our own imagination. And by doing that we are in effect compromising our original intention. But, as Forster says, the pseudo-scholars have to make money and write dissertations. And for that some pruning should be allowed for them.
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Mujin Dado added it Feb 26, HardcoverI meridianipages. Please enter the message. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The name field is required. 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.
Elisabetta added it Jul 14, Edward Morgan Forster Find more information about: Valentina added it May 09, Antonella De Robbio added it Sep 05, The longest journey is a novel about English life and the most autobiographical of all his novels.
Federica marked it as to-read Jul 31, A passage to India begins and ends by posing the question of whether it is possible for an Englishman and an Indian to ever be friends, at least within the context of British colonialism. In particularly in his last two novels he want to describe sensations and experiences that give meaning to life and afford a visionary understanding of it. Yet the intuitive connection Aziz feels with Mrs. Preview this item Preview this item.
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Mike rated it really liked it Jul 30, Casey added it Jul 29, Forster is considered an experimental novelist. Catherine Murrison marked it as to-read Jun 12, At the beginning of the novel, Aziz is scornful adpetti the Englishwishing only to consider them comically or ignore them completely.
He had five Edward Morgan Forstergenerally published as E. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing forsterr or delete some items. Forster His works present none of the technical virtuosity of his contemporaries such as Joyce and Woolf. Edward Morgan Forstergenerally published as E. Alshimaa Mohamed marked it as to-read Dec 24, The two men offer to exchange rooms, in order to give the ladies thechance to as;etti a view of the Arno.
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