Trinity College - 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 Novel - The subject of detailed examination and commentary in these lectures by Forster.
Time - The first of several aspects of the novel considered by Forster, and it is inextricably linked with the second story.
Story - This is defined by Forster as a series of events placed along a time line.
Character - This is defined by Forster as a collection of individuals playing out the novel's story.
Value - This is the emotional or spiritual experience of the characters in reaction to the events of the story.
Plot - This is defined by Forster as the sum of...
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