E. M. Forster | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Rosemary Dinnage

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of E. M. Forster.
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Critical Essay by Rosemary Dinnage

[Arctic Summer is] not of very great interest except to Forster enthusiasts. Becoming a Forster enthusiast is luckily not difficult, and anyone reading or rereading P. N. Furbank's [E. M. Forster: A Life], in particular, would find it worthwhile to look at these fragments for the light they throw on Forster's themes and preoccupations. Being unfinished, they can show at what points he became blocked in his writing and why….

["Nottingham Lace" and "Ralph and Tony"] are about philistinism, sensibility, loneliness, and rescue; they are dominated by the conflict between Forster's two versions of masculinity, the sensitive and the strong. "Ralph and Tony" is an odd and rather confused account of a threesome on holiday in the Alps (the woman of the three, however, is an...

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