The novel, A passage to India, delivers a handful of characters from all ranges of an elitest spectrum. From Englishmen who feel they are powerful and commanding to servant Indians who are being reprimanded and spat on within their own society from travelers of another land. The most important characters in the novel are the personalities that strayed from the norm and assisted to tell the story being told. They changed the way other characters
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the character of Mrs. Moore passes away, the author, E.M. Forster, develops a mythology of her after her death.
In conclusion, Mrs. Moore came and left and left her mark on the land of India and in the end I do think that she found the real India in her friendship with Dr. Aziz, though she never truly comes to realize it. Aziz realizes it after her death.
The book, Passage to India