|Kích thước||12,9 x 19,8 x 0,5 (cm)|
|Tác giả||E. M. Forster, Series Editor: Jennifer Bassett|
|Nhà xuất bản||Oxford University Press|
|Năm xuất bản||2009|
|Đơn vị phát hành||Oxford University Press|
|Ngôn ngữ||Tiếng Anh|
|Thể loại||Sách ngoại ngữ|
|Loại bìa||Bìa mềm|
|Số trang||144 (trang)|
|Trọng lượng||160 (g)|
A mysterious incident at the Marabar Caves, involving Adela Quested, newly arrived from England, and the charming Dr Aziz, an Indian doctor, leads to a drama that divides the British and Indian Communities in anger, distrust, and fear.
Forster’s great novel about India during British rule brings to life all the danger and misunderstanding of colonialism but, as Forster himself wrote, the story is “about something wider than politics, about the search of the human race for a more lasting home, about the universe as embodied in the Indian earth and the Indian sky, about the horror lurking in the Marabar Caves…”
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