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E. M. Forster's A Passage to India Penguin Modern Classics 1967

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Title: A Passage to India

Author: E. M. Forster

Publisher: Penguin

Publication Date: 1967

Format: Hardcover

This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear to the spine. Inscription at the front.

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Reader's note

Presently Aziz chaffed him, also the servants, and then began quoting poetry...the themes he preferred were the decay of Islam and the brevity of Love. They listened delighted, for they took the public view of poetry, not the private which obtains in England. It never bored them to hear words, words; they breathed them with the cool night air, never stopping to analyse; the name of the poet, Hafiz, Hali, Iqbal, was sufficient guarantee. India— a hundred Indias—whispered outside beneath the indifferent moon, but for the time India seemed one and their own, and they regained their departed greatness by hearing its departure lamented, they felt young again because they were reminded that youth must fly...beautiful words within a book about the racial tensions and trials of 1920s India. A compelling read!