2 edition of E.M. Forster. found in the catalog.
Frederick P. W. McDowell
|Series||Twayne"s English authors series, 89|
|LC Classifications||PR6011 O58 Z822|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
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The Longest Journey is the second fictional full-length novel from acclaimed author E.M. Forster. This is the book that the author himself stated that he was the most ‘glad’ to have written. This introspective work takes a look at manners that are tragic and comic. Collection of literary lectures by E.M.
Forster, published in For the purposes of his study, Forster defines the novel as "any fictitious prose work o words." The seven aspects offered for discussion are the story, people, plot, fantasy, prophecy, pattern, and by: E.M.
Forster Biography - Edward Morgan Forster was the only child of Edward Morgan Llewellyn Forster who was an architect by profession and Alice Clara Lily.
He was born in. The book is made even more enjoyable by the dry humor employed by E.M. Forster. He is so serious and sarcastic whenever he makes jokes, it makes the book all the better.
I found myself loving the book mainly because of how relatable Lucy is. She is a young women trying to find herself in the midst of social pressures/5(). Looking for books by E.M. Forster. See all books authored by E.M.
Forster, including A Passage to India, and A Room with a View, and more on Born in London inE. Forster is the author of six novels: Where Angels Fear to Tread, The Longest Journey, A Room with a View, Howard’s End, A Passage to India, and Maurice, the last published posthumously.
He also wrote a number short stories, in addition to criticism and essays. His books have been adapted into several popular movies. Aspects of the Novel E.M. Forster. Aspects of the Novel is a book, not a novel, comprised of lectures and speeches by the author, E.M.
Forster, on what a novel really book was published inand the speeches were held the same .