Consider the status and use of the outsider in a highly ordered world-think here of Fielding, but maybe there are other characters who would be
For this paper requires reading the novel A Passage to India by E.M. Forster(I will provide the copy of the book electronically and also a reliable
summary of the novel). The question is: Why? What does this novel and the background and time period have to do with us?
-A strong, focused claim that answers “So What?”
-Clear examination and analysis of the novel’s narrative.
-Research from the “bank”(I will provide the “bank”) You must use the research to inform the paper.
-Paper must use at least three critics to support its position, but it must also discuss the ideas in and of itself. In other words, you will need a
review of literature, and then you will need to use the critics.
-Write a conclusion that does not summarize the material.