A Passage to India
A Passage to India Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
Social Occasions: Parties, Picnics, and Festivals
A Passage to India may well read like a series of bad parties. We see parties such as: the Turtons' Bridge Party, Fielding's tea party, and Aziz's picnic. All of these occasions are supposed to be...
Mosque, Cave, Temple, and a few comments on the weather
You might have noticed that the novel is not only divided up into chapters, but it is also divided into three parts entitled "Mosque," "Cave," and "Temple." The parts are also organized by the thre...
In a twist that Godbole would surely appreciate, nothing in the novel is actually something. That is, it's a symbol. A symbol of – nothing.The novel begins with the word "nothing" in its firs...
The sky recurs in chapter after chapter, sometimes personified to the extent that depictions of the sky almost become characters in their own right. The sky, as the entity that embraces all things,...
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