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""A Passage to India is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him." -Margaret Drabble
"The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers." -"The New York Times
"[Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely 'achieved' than anything else he wrote." -from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank

" "A Passage to India" is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him." - Margaret Drabble
" The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers." - "The New York Times"
" [Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely ' achieved' than anything else he wrote." - from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank

""A Passage to India" is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him." -Margaret Drabble
"The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers." -"The New York Times"
"[Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely 'achieved' than anything else he wrote." -from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank

"A Passage to India" is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him. Margaret Drabble
The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers. "The New York Times"
[Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely achieved than anything else he wrote. from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank"

A Passage to India is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him. Margaret Drabble
The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers. The New York Times
[Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely achieved than anything else he wrote. from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank"

"A Passage to India is one of the great books of the twentieth century and has had enormous influence. We need its message of tolerance and understanding now more than ever. Forster was years ahead of his time, and we ought to try to catch up with him." -Margaret Drabble

"The crystal clear portraiture, the delicate conveying of nuances of thought and life, and the astonishing command of his medium show Forster at the height of his powers." -The New York Times

"[Forster is] a supreme storyteller . . . The novel seems to me more completely 'achieved' than anything else he wrote." -from the new Introduction by P. N. Furbank

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2028 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Publisher: Wilder Publications (1 January 2020)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B081WF8DH9
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  • Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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3.0 out of 5 stars A strange, rather old-fashioned story
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written
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