Aspects of the Novel Characters & Character Analysis

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E.M. Forster was a British novelist whose main body of fictional work was written and published early in the 20th Century, A Room with a View and Howards End being the most well received, both critically and by the public, of his four early novels. Several years later, in 1924, he published what many authorities consider to be his best work, A Passage to India. One final novel, Maurice, was published in 1970, the year after his death. He considered its subject matter—a hopeful, positive portrayal of a homosexual relationship—too potentially controversial for the book to be published during his lifetime. He was also the author of several published short stories, a series of radio broadcasts for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), and a number of critical essays and lectures. Aspects of the Novel is a compilation of several of these essays...

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