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What kind of relationships does Fielding investigate in the context of Britain's larger colonial rule over India?

2 of 5
From what religion does Fielding borrow his thematic exploration of the "unity of all living things"?

3 of 5
How does Fielding view India, unlike Mrs. Moore and Godbole, who see the country as a mystery?

4 of 5
Amidst his satire of British colonial government, what does Forster never suggest that Britain should do?

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What motif demonstrates the frightening flip side of the seemingly positive Hindu vision of oneness?