-Edward Morgan Forster was born in London in 1879 and died in 1970. - His first novel was published when he was 26 and reveals a mature style . -His most important work is “The Mansion” and other highlights include “A room with a view” and “A Passage to India”. -“A Passage to India” is his last novel, based on Forster’s experiences in India . In this novel he examines the conflict between Indian and British cultures.
Dr Aziz : A young Muslim Indian doctor.
Mr Fielding : Headmaster of the small college for Indians.
Mss Quested : A young British schoolmistress
Ronny Heaslop : The City Magistrate.
Mrs Moore : Ronny’s mother.
Mr Turton : The City tax-collector.
Major Challendar : Aziz’s Superior at the hospital .
Aziz walks to his favorite Mosque
Mrs Moore returns to the British Club
Mr and Mrs Turton
At Mr Turton party, Mrs Moore meets many Indian women
Mr Fielding and Professor Godbole Hindu-brahman
Tea party at Fielding’s house
At Fielding's tea party, everyone has a good time talking about India
Ronny Heaslop arrives and rudely breaks up the party
Aziz prepares the expedition to Marabar caves .
Aziz and the women begin to explore the caves
In the first cave Mrs Moore feels claustrophobia
Adele and Aziz climbed up the hill to see the next caves
Fielding asked Aziz what had happened in the cave
Adele is hurt after running down the mountain
At the train station Aziz is arrested
Mrs Moore is sad because she believes in Aziz's innocence
Adele is not sure about Aziz's guilt
The Indians were happy and brought Aziz on their shoulders
Miss Quested at Fielding’s house
Although Aziz was free, he was angry and bitter because his friend Fielding was still Adele’s friend after she nearly ruined his life
Fielding returned to England too
Aziz left behind British customs and his relationships with them
Aziz will respect and love Fielding again. However, he will continue dreaming about a FREE INDIA .