This was the alma mater of William George Clark.
The British Museum Library
This place is evoked in the Introduction as the setting for a hypothetical gathering of all the British writers who have created novels over the course of history.
The subject of detailed examination and commentary in these lectures by Forster.
The first of several aspects of the novel considered by Forster, and it is inextricably linked with the second story.
This is defined by Forster as a series of events placed along a time line.
This is defined by Forster as a collection of individuals playing out the novel's story.
This is the emotional or spiritual experience of the characters in reaction to the events of the story.
This is defined by Forster as the sum of story, character, and value.
Pattern and Rhythm
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