- A Passage to India by E. M. Forster
- Wikipedia about E. M. Forster for some authorial context.
- IMDB for the 1984 film version of A Passage to India, could be an interesting visual depiction.
- Here’s a chapter from The Empire Writes Back (the Ashcroft/Griffiths/Tiffin influential volume on postcolonialism) on “Re-placing theory: post-colonial writing and literary theory.” The second heading starts into “Modernism and the colonial experience” if you’re curious to read through.
- This article, “Suburbia, ‘Ressentiment’, and the End of Empire in A Passage to India“ (2003) is by one of our Western profs, Todd Kuchta, if you’re curious to get a critical viewpoint.
- This is the full text for Frantz Fanon’s “The Fact of Blackness” (1952).
- Here’s a piece by Benita Parry titled “Materiality and Mystification in A Passage to India” (1998) that explores the role of modernism in the novel.