The Rhetoric of Nothingness in A Passage to India

The Rhetoric of Nothingness in A Passage to India? How we see the word ?nothing? in the novel.? Use ?rhetoric? by using the Russian formalist approach.? The main idea is how the narrator successfully imposes ?something? to fill the ?empty? caves and ?nothing? on everything else in the novel.? The caves are main central of the novel.? The caves are never empty as they said, ?PROVE IT? >> the Adela?s incident shows there is something inside.? Caves have thematic and formal device throughout the novel,? It becomes like a center , a form of the novel, without the caves, the novel is only nothing, so the caves give this brightness to the novel. >> ?How can we prove that.?Order for your custom written PAPER now!

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