E. M. Forster | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Carlos Baker

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of E. M. Forster.
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Critical Review by Carlos Baker

SOURCE: "E. M. Forster's Quality of Insight," in The New York Times Book Review, July 13, 1947, pp. 5, 27.

In this favorable estimation of The Collected Tales, Baker praises Forster for his power of imagination and insight

As E. M. Forster nears the age of 70, his literary productiveness, which has always been distinguished for its quality rather than extinguished by its abundance, is not likely henceforth to be very great. In fact, though the fact seems incredible, it is nearly twenty years now since Forster has published any new fiction. While his five novels are generally available, his shorter fiction, except for the oftenreprinted "The Celestial Omnibus" and "The Machine Stops," has long been out of print, and either forgotten or generally unknown, in this country. Admirers of Forster will accordingly welcome this round...

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