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Born, Daniel, "Private Gardens, Public Swamps: Howards End and the Revaluation of Liberal Guilt," Novel- A Forum on Fiction, Vol. 25, No. 2, 1992, pp. 141-159

Bradbury, Malcolm, "Howards End," in Forster. A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Malcolm Bradbury, Prentice-Hall Inc , 1966, pp 131.

Crews, Frederick, EM. Forster The Perils of Humanism, Princeton University Press, 1962.

Levenson, Michael, "Liberalism and Symbolism in Howards End," in his Modernism and the Fate of Individuality, Cambridge Umversity Press, 1990, pp 78-93.

McDowell, Frederick P. W., '"Glimpses of the Diviner Wheels': Howards End," in E M, Forster, revised edition, Twayne Publishing, 1982, pp. 82.

"Unexplained Riches and Unused Methods of Release': Nonfictional Prose and General Estimate," in E M Forster, revised edition, Twayne Publishing, 1982, pp 149-159.

Meisel, Perry, "Howards End- Private Worlds and Public Languages," in his The Myth of the Modern A Study in British Literature and Criticism after 1850, Yale University Press, 1987, pp. 173-182

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