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Discuss the role played by Mrs Moore in A Passage to India.

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Mrs Moore acts as a bridge between East and West without even knowing it. While other characters make judgements and divisions according to race, colour, and creed, Mrs Moore  looks to make simple connections with other people. Her first meeting with Aziz in the mosque amply demonstrates this, when she talks to him simply and easily regardless of all the racial, social and cultural differences between them.

Other people among the English, most notably Fielding and Adela, also want to reach out to the Indians, but not quite on the same instinctual level as Mrs Moore. Fielding and particularly Adela engage in long intellectual discussions, but Mrs...

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