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Essay heading: "The Novel tells a story" (E.M. Forster). What else, if anything, does Forster do?
 
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As evidenced by the eagerness of the Indians to attend the bridge party and the conversations we witness among the Indian characters, Mahmoud Ali, Aziz and Hamidullah, the Indian people do not seem to possess some grand negative predisposition towards the British, or even to the Empire itself. Rather, it seems as though the Indians' resentment of the British stems from sour individual interaction...
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As evidenced by the eagerness of the Indians to attend the bridge party and the conversations we witness among the Indian characters, Mahmoud Ali, Aziz and Hamidullah, the Indian people do not seem to possess some grand negative predisposition towards the British, or even to the Empire itself. Rather, it seems as though the Indians' resentment of the British stems from sour individual interaction...
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