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Kenny 1 Kenny Professor ENG 4U1-01 Tuesday, April 26 th , 2017 Sample theory analysis based on “Howards End” by E.M. Forster Theory: Post-Colonialism The novel “Howards End” is authored by E.M. Forster. The novel is classical and the theme that is evidently portrayed is post-colonialism. Most of the activities that are done in the novel, especially in the second half, is based on transformation. From the novel, hegemony is presented through the characters as turns of events take place. “To the Schlegels…he was an interesting creature, of whom they wanted to see more. But they to him were denizens of Romance, who must keep to the corner he had assigned them, pictures that must not walk out of their frames.” (Forster chapter 14 paragraph 3). The dominance of The Schlegels is seen through the decision Leonard makes. The decision that Leonard makes has to be factored by The Schlegels which now shows the dominance of the group that also determine the social factors. The accounts of the novel now tend to bridge from the colonial period and deeper to the way society was shaped and viewed at that time. This were the
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