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A protagonist is defined as a leading character in a written piece The protagonist in a novel sets the story and frequently leads the plot The protagonists can be analyzed to reveal the moral or meaning of a story In the following essay four main characters will be analyzed from EM Foresters A Passage to India Emily Brontes Wuthering Heights Joseph Conrads Lord Jim and F Scott Fitzgeralds The Great GatsbyIn EM Foresters A Passage to India the main character Dr Aziz is a Moslem doctor living in Chandrapore He is a widower with three children who meets Mrs Moore an aged English widow who has three children herself and becomes friends with her Even though Dr Aziz is a munificent and caring man towards his English friends after Adela Quested charges him with assault he becomes bitter vindictive and developed more than hard feelings towards the British When Ms Quested experiences a mental collapse the British assume that her circumstance was the result of sexual molestation and falsely accuse Dr Aziz of this crime When Dr Aziz is found not guilty he builds up a relentless hatred not only for the British but also for his own attorney Dr Azizs newfound viewpoint is an immediate response to his discrimination and in this sense is a product of English colonialism A primary concern of A Passage to India is the change of Dr Azizs thoughts of the British from a bit submissive to an aggressive viewpoint In due course Dr Aziz realizes that he must judge and undertake the English on a personal and an individual basis To carry this out his attitude toward the English should be based on his direct experience with people not on whether or not they are a European or an IndianOne of the major themes of E M Forsters novel is cultural misunderstanding Contradictory cultural ideas and expectations dealing with hospitality social proprieties and the role of religion in
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