Fb2 E.M.Forster's Howards End (Text Context) ePub
by Peter Widdowson
|Publisher:||Sussex University Press; 1st ed edition (May 12, 1977)|
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E. M. Forster's Howards End: Fiction as history (Text and context).
Forster's Howards End book. Peter Widdowson consider the ambiguities and inconsistencies of Forster's vision which paradoxically contribute to the novel's success as a work of art. He shows how the form and structure of the novel - superficially a novel in the 19th century realist tradition - enact the insecurities and ambivalence of liberal ideology.
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In 1909, the year before Howards End appeared, Forster turned thirty. About social existence E. Forster knew everything. The book proved to be longer and more socially inclusive than any of his earlier works; an ambition to speak to the condition of an entire nation, England, was freshly energizing his mind; and ruminations on large themes, including the pros and cons of redistributing wealth, fall from his characters’ lips. He knew that comfortable habitation of an enclave shrivels alertness to the variousness of the human condition, and that one’s effort to heighten sensitivity to family, friends, neighbors, can deepen one’s social obliviousness.
US interest in Forster and appreciation for him were spurred by Lionel Trilling's E. Forster: A. .Forster in his social context. Retrieved 28 November 2013. Forster: A Study, which called him "the only living novelist who can be read again and again and who, after each reading, gives me what few writers can give us after our first days of novel-reading, the sensation of having learned something. Forster's two best-known works, A Passage to India and Howards End, explore the irreconcilability of class differences. A Room with a View also shows how questions of propriety and class can make human connection difficult.
Говардс Энд. Howards End. автор: Эдвард Морган Форстер (E. Forster). The Project Gutenberg EBook of Howards End, by E. Forster. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever
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Forster's two best-known works, A Passage to India and Howards End, explore the irreconcilability of class differences. Rose, Peter, "The Peculiar Charms of .
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