Howard's End | Critical Essay by Michael J. Hoffman and Ann Ter Haar

This literature criticism consists of approximately 28 pages of analysis & critique of Howard's End.
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Critical Essay by Michael J. Hoffman and Ann Ter Haar

SOURCE: Hoffman, Michael J., and Ann Ter Haar. “‘Whose Books Once Influenced Mine’: The Relationship between E. M. Forster's Howards End and Virginia Woolf's The Waves.Twentieth Century Literature 45, no. 1 (spring 1999): 46-64.

In the following essay, Hoffman and Haar explore parallels between Howards End and Woolf's The Waves.

In a letter to Ethel Smyth on 21 Sept. 1930, Virginia Woolf spoke of her friend Morgan Forster as “E. M. Forster the novelist, whose books once influenced mine, and are very good, I think, though impeded, shrivelled and immature” (Letters 4: 218). In earlier letters Woolf had often alluded to Forster's influence, even insisting on one occasion that “I always feel that nobody, except perhaps Morgan Forster, lays hold of the thing I...

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