In any given text, when a narrator appears, their role omnisciently dispenses the intuition and insight each character possesses within the narrative, while discussing plot and conflict. Moreover, a common narration style tends to be intrusive, where the narrator themselves interject the narrative to provide their explanation regarding a specific character or a universal topic meant for the readers to digest. Sanskrit text Bhagavad Gita, witnesses the morally triggering dialogue between Arjuna and Krishna through the poetic perspective of visionary prophet, Sanjaya. Conversely, the anthologic narratives in Arabian Nights communicated with suspense and conventional plot structure to a king ruined by his covetousness all thanks to a young woman destined to be the former 's soon-to-be wife, Shahrazad. Fiddled with contrasting situations and concerns, each narrative manages to not only speak to their respective audiences, whether it’s a king or disciples of the Hindu religion, but all audiences in general, hoping to garner a pivotal message to influence their morale and state of mind.
Such an voice creates a strong connection with the readers, making them feel empathetic, thus strongly agreeing with (or disagreeing with) the author’s opinions. The article’s title, “We Are All Confident Idiots”, is provocative enough. The two seemly contradictive words, “confident” and “idiots” is eye catching, making people curious to find out how idiots can be confident, and why the author asserts so. In the following example in Kimmel’s show, Dunning used “absolutely” in response in contrast to “dazed” face when describing the interviewees, in this way, he vividly illustrates a immediate response for hiding one’s cluelessness, and for readers, such a “dazed” fan is clearly a potrait of “a confident
Do you marry him.(1.1.93-94). And with the coming words including the ones from line 101 to line 106, we can easily see that Lysander is extremely angry and indignant about the current situation--Egeus supports Demetrius and the duke keeps convincing Hermia to obey her father`s words, while he loves Hermia and Hermia loves him. Lysander`s mood is obviously out of control to say those words and those unrespectful words, to elder and the duke, expresses that Lysander, at least in this moment, is in a weak position compared to Demetrius. He is yowling those words except saying those words. He gives a very persuasive evidence to prove that he should marry with Hermia--besides
So the way few English are ruling their colonies including India, are exceptions or out of compulsion they are strict. On the other hand, people in England want more exchange between two countries to develop more dialogue and commerce. Mulji does believe that commerce and industrial development between both the countries will improve the standard for India. His suggestions for earning through trade with colonial countries are his eulogistic attitude towards England. His stance in economic matters also speaks of the generally profitable equations of mercantile communities with colonialism.
A Passage to India, set in pre- World War II India before India gained independence from Great Britain, depicts colonization and the subsequent power struggle between the Colonizer and the Colonized. Inherent in the process of colonization is the establishment of a power hierarchy between the Colonizer and the Colonized in which the Colonizer is dominant over the Colonized, thus creating the illusion that the two are polar opposites. Essential to the process of colonization is the Colonizer’s establishment of distance between himself/ herself and the colonized peoples. In A Passage to India colonization is only one of the many aspects of the relationship between the East and the West. The construction of the East and the West paved the way for the creation of stereotypes of Easterners by Westerners and vice versa and the physical, social, cultural, and emotional distance between the two parties perpetuated the reliance on stereotypes as a means of understanding one another.
In A Passage to India, there are several examples of stream of consciousness way of thinking in the chapter of “ Temple”. For example, when Fielding asks Aziz to meet with Ralph and Stella and Aziz does not speak in turn. Instead, in the novel the writer wants reader to goes into the character’s thoughts, which are not linear but circular. It is an example of human mind and emotions. Moreover, in the book Forster is discussing the traditional values with a new window opened by Modernism.
It promoted Indian good so that India’s economy would improve. Thus the Swadeshi movement started, the weaving of khadi was promoted and dumping of foreign goods was prohibited. The struggle period of India started around and use of khadi was promoted. Mahatma Gandhi started wearing dhoti when others asked him about the costliness of khadi. The khadi was more than a simple cloth; it was an ideology to protest against Britishers.
Their friendship is not stable; in fact, it continually grows and falters. In the novel, the figure of Cyril Fielding is clearly the most associated with author himself. Among the other Englishmen in India, he is the most inclined to tighten relations with Indians. He does not find racial distinctions between himself and Indians; in fact, he frequently interacts with them. Moreover, he believes that people from different parts of the world can understand one another "by the help of good will plus culture and intelligence."
A Passage to India externally gives off an impression of being fixating on the friendship between the English man Fielding and the Muslim hero Aziz, the reality of the matter is that Forster has carefully translated the social and political states of Indian patriotism. The novel demonstrates the contention between the inclination of the locals for self-government and the English Raj. Passage between the two races is surely defenseless while strife takes off high. In spite of the fact that Forster does not speak to some major political episodes that occurred between the concealment of the alleged Uprising of 1857 and the slaughter of regular folks at Amritasar in 1919, he has found every one of the implausibilities of the relationship between the colonizers and the
In this segment is Tagore used to illustrate the variability of Indian culture, where we can mainly see it in the segment “Gandhi and Tagore”- their opinion differ widely on many topics like nationalism, the role of rationality, modernity, the nature of economic or social development; and how he was perceived in America and Europe in the segment “East and West” or “God and Others”. The theme of individuality and uniqueness of cultures is widely examined in other segment “Our Culture, Their Culture”, where the name probably symbolize the relation to the book “Our Films Their Films” written by Satyajit Ray, who wanted to create something that could possible speak across cultural boundaries. The modern Indian identity and culture has been also affected by Western culture. It is showed in “Indian tradition and Western imagination” that the self-perception of Indians was shaped one way or another by Western