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A Passage to India a novel written by E M Forester is an ironic story about the divergent cultures in British India In this novel two women Mrs Moore and Mrs Quested venture to Chandrapore a city located in British India to meet Ronny Heaslop Heaslop is the son of Mrs Moore and a potential husband for Mrs Quested They encounter native Indians and contrary to the practice of other British living in India they want to learn more about the Indian culture One man they meet is Dr Aziz a short Indian native of Chandrapore Quested finds herself in a precarious situation when she believes that Dr Aziz sexually assaults her but later realizes that she was wrong Because of this situation Dr Aziz takes on three distinct attitude changes At the beginning of the novel he resents the English later develops an admiration for them and finally he again develops ill feelings and hatred toward the English In the genesis of the novel Dr Aziz truly resents the British Raja in India He feels that they can be conniving malicious and deceptive Dr Aziz along with his friends meticulously discusses these details over dinner at Hammidulahs house During this conversation Dr Aziz states his estimation of how the British have become malicious stating I give any Englishman two years And I give any English woman six months They also conferred on the likelihood of the British accepting bribes and mistreating their positions Dr Azizs views about the British were not unfounded he and his friends had various unfortunate experiences with the British His boss Major Callander treated Dr Aziz very shoddily calling him for appointments and then leaving before Dr Azizs arrival One night after a similar occurrence the Magistrates wife even took his Tonga so that Dr Aziz had no way home Dr Azizs friend Hammidullah had an appalling experience as well this with Ronny Heaslop who one day insulted
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