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Reading A passage to india
Lost in the world of E.M. Forster while reading A Passage to India.
Let’s go to India darling. Let’s drink tea in the shadow of elephants and hear our voices reverberate in the Marabar Caves. Let us hush darling, come, come, so we can allow the quiet world of Forster to unfold.
I was lost in the world of E.M. Forster while reading A Passage to India. I had been looking to read something quiet but powerful for an immeasurable time and with this book, this man had my full attention.Have you ever read A Passage to India? Share your thoughts below.
Story credit: Image by Tim Walker.