The papa quotes below are my favorite quotes, from my personal favorite author, E.M. Forster, from his novel “A Passage to India” in which he describes the way the British treated the natives of India. He wrote “I hope that India will prove to be as much a part of Western civilization as England is a part of India; and that the British will stand for the ideals which have been so largely and so successfully realised in India.
Forster was a really interesting writer and this quote is both one of his more notable quotes and one of the most famous that has been attributed to him.
It makes complete sense. Forster’s quote is just about the best we know of Forster’s writing. His book, A Passage To India, was published in 1892 and won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1902. It was the first book he published. It was also the first book Toffler wrote. I believe he had the idea for the essay for the same reason his book won the Nobel prize in 1902.
It’s also funny that he has one of the great quotes that you can’t get without being a great writer/writer/teacher/author/programmer/programmer-writer. It’s a quote from a person who made a great career out of writing, you might say, and then you get to be the best you can be. One of the best quotes I’ve read this whole time was in a book called The Essay on the Origin of the Universe by Peter G.