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A Passage to India

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE)

Authors

E.M. Forster. Retold and Activities by Alice Venessa Bever. Illustrated by Lucia Sforza.

“Passage to more than India! O secret of the earth and sky!”

W. Whitman

The book is set in the 1920’s in India and is a story of Dr. Aziz, an Indian doctor, his friend Mr. Field-ing, a British professor and two British women Mrs. Moore and Miss Adela Quested. Due to an inci-dent occurring in the fictitious Marabar Caves (based on the Barabar Caves of Bihar, India), the char-acters find themselves in the turmoil of a changing India which highlights the prejudices and racial stresses between Indians and British. A Passage to India whose title comes from Walt Whitman’s famous poem “Passage to India”, is one of E.M. Forster’s most famous novels and based on Forster’s experiences in India.

Syllabus

Verb Tenses Present Perfect Simple Past Perfect Simple - Future with will

Verb Forms and Patterns Used to Passive forms - Phrasal verbs - Reported

speech - Modal verbs (must, might, could, would etc)

In this Reader you will find:

Information about E. Forster’s life and writing | A focus on The History of English Colonialism |

A fo-cus on religion and race in India during English Colonialism | A focus on daily life in India

during Colo-nialism | Glossary of difficult words | Comprehension and grammar activities


Tags

Classic literature | Justice

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A Passage to India

ISBN: 9788853632593

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