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Muslim and Mosque in Postcolonial Text
English Language and Literature Studies
The article explores the image of the Muslim and the mosque in postcolonial literary texts. E. M. Forester's A Passage to India is taken as an example of the postcolonial text which will be traced to recognize how the western novelist portrays the Muslim's life and how he has shaped the indigenous identity of the Muslim in this narrative. Further, the article highlights the Muslim's relationship with non-Muslim in India, whether they are Indians or English people and its repercussions in theirdoi:10.5539/ells.v4n1p54 fatcat:ph2gysqdyfaojpjn72mwksefa4