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Essay | Compare the Presentation of Foreigners Abroad in Indian Ink and Room with a View

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Compare the Presentation of Foreigners Abroad in Indian Ink and Room with a View

Summary: Comparision of how Forster presents the Englsh in Florance and what they gain from this experiance, to how Tom Stoppard presents the English in India in his play "Indian Ink."
Indian Ink and A Room with a View are both set in different eras. A Room with a View is set in the Edwardian era when, like the central character in the book, people were beginning to challenge Victorian attitudes about emotion and sexuality and old ideas about class and religion. It was published in 1908 and was Forster's third novel. Forster's characters, like Forster himself lived in the time of the British Empires pinnacle. The novel is about a young woman, Lucy Honeychurch, whose love for a British socialist and experiences in Florence cause her to question the values that society has imposed on her. It is particularly interesting that the novel is set in Florence, which was the centre of the Renaissance. The word renaissance means rebirth and this could be symbolic of the rebirth...

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