E. M. Forster Essay | E.M. Forster: within the Brilliant Master Piece

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E.M. Forster: within the Brilliant Master Piece

Summary: Essay discusses the brilliance of Forster as he developes a common and central theme.
E.M. Forster's brilliance expands far beyond the story, especially in Chapter Nineteen Lying to Mr. Emerson. He brings phenomenal characterization, syntax, diction and unique imagery all together that creates common themes and motifs to establish masterpiece.

In almost every novel ever written, the characterization technique always remains present and imperative. However, Forster sets himself aside and utilizes this technique to present their personalities, qualities and faults. Lucy's character gives us a perfect example of Forster's characterization methods. At first in the novel, Lucy is young and naive however near the end she grows to become an intelligent and independent woman: " `I want more independence,' said Lucy lamely; she knew that she wanted something, and independence is a useful cry; we can always say that we have not got it. She tried to remember her emotions in Florence: those had been...

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