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Aziz and Fielding's Relationship in "A Passage to India"

Summary: The friendship between Aziz and Fielding in E.M. Forster's "A Passage to India" is symbolic of the uneasy colonial relationship between India and England. In the novel, events in nature mirror the plot.
Throughout the entire novel of A Passage to India by E.M. Forster, there is the same question: Will the English and Indians ever maintain a healthy friendship? In the beginning, the Indian Aziz is anxious about becoming emotionally involved with any English at all. He tried to ignore them in an attempt to keep out the option of a friendship. But as he meets Mrs. Moore, his feelings of the English change as well as her view of the Indians. Through Mrs. Moore, Aziz meets Fielding, where a deep connection is begun. The friendship of Aziz and Fielding is representative of the relationship between India and England. Aziz is representative of India and its inhabitants and Fielding is that of England. If their relationship is to fail, along with it will fall the relationship of India and England. The two...

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