publication . Article . 2016

Les voyages d’Edward Morgan Forster et Pierre Loti: des regards anglais et français sur l’Inde

Tagirem Gallego García;
Open Access French
  • Published: 01 Dec 2016
  • Publisher: Universidad de Murcia
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
Both travel writers, Pierre Loti (1850 – 1923) and Edward Morgan Forster (1870 – 1970) saw Europe’s modernization and colonial expansion, but facing this period of change and confidence in the progress of the West, Loti and Forster, among other writers, found other realities in the East thanks to their travels in India, which inspired India (Without the English) (1903) to Loti, and A Passage to India (1924) to Forster. Travelling to India had different motivations, but the whole trip produces a transformation in the travellers, as they acquire new perspectives and experiences. By travelling to India, their visions of the country are different to those reflected ...
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free text keywords: India, E.M. Foster, Pierre Loti, Identidad, Alteridad, Viaje, Otherness, Travel
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