E. M. Forster Summary

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  • 1 Student Essay
  • 41 Literature Criticisms
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Biographies (9)

17,945 words, approx. 60 pages
Biography EssayDuring the Edwardian years and into the 1920s, E. M. Forster consolidated his reputation as a novelist of distinction and as a persuasive man of letters. He attained the greatest recogn... Read more
1,206 words, approx. 5 pages
The English novelist and essayist Edward Morgan Forster (1879-1970) was concerned with the conflict between the freedom of the spirit and the conventions of society.Educated at Tonbridge School (which... Read more
7,289 words, approx. 25 pages
At first glimpse, the work of the British novelist and essayist, E. M. Forster, would hardly be thought to be the stuff of Hollywood. His finely detailed novels explore the Edwardian world of society ... Read more
6,694 words, approx. 23 pages
January 1, 1879. E.M. Forster was born in London, England, the only child of Alice Clara (Lily) Whichelo and Edward Morgan Llewellyn Forster, an architect. His name had been registered as Henri, but a... Read more
16,253 words, approx. 55 pages
During the Edwardian years and into the 1920s, E. M. Forster consolidated his reputation as a novelist of distinction and as a persuasive man of letters. He attained the greatest recognition and autho... Read more
7,220 words, approx. 25 pages
E. M. Forster's reputation as a writer may justly be said to rest, essentially, on his novels. His output as a novelist was not large: only six novels were completed, of which the fifth, Maurice (fini... Read more
5,364 words, approx. 18 pages
Edward Morgan Forster, though best known as a novelist, also distinguished himself in other genres, including the short story. His first collection of stories as well as four of his six novels appeare... Read more
2,717 words, approx. 10 pages
E. M. Forster holds a rather unusual position in English literature. By the age of thirty-two he had gained recognition for four out of the five novels that were to appear in his lifetime. After that ... Read more
5,827 words, approx. 20 pages
In a 1959 lecture, "Three Countries," E. M. Forster called himself "a confirmed globetrotter," but the impact of travel on his life and work cannot adequately be suggested by that light phrase. What F... Read more