Mr. Turton is not an awful sort. He is shown to be a typical British person in India. He is not really concerned with getting to understand the different culture that India is. Rather, he is more animated by the idea of being a "little god" of India. He is not like Fielding in that he seeks to establish bonds with those in India. He is a representative of England, of "the Queen," and carries himself as such. He does represent an anti- Indian perspective in that he only wishes to know Indians who accommodate themselves to the British manner and demeanor. The "bridge party" is a great example of that, as it does not feature the diverse and eclectic nature of the people who live on the subcontinent. Rather, it is a collection of "pre approved" Indians. Turton would represent the Anti- Indian attitude projected throughout the British Raj because he demonstrates little in way of seeking to broaden the connection and understanding between both groups.