Writers: E.M. Forster

  • Frances Taylor

    Forster at his finest

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    I really enjoyed A Passage to India. I've found that Forster has a magnificent way with words, and this novel really does serve as a clear demonstration of his vast talent. His experience of living in India clearly inspired this story about Anglo-Indian relations, and the character descriptions of Dr. Aziz and Miss. Quested are particularly vivid. Despite the fact that it is a relatively long novel, I found that the pages flew by and that the story was easier to get into than many of Forster's other novels. Overall, a very worthwhile read!

  • Jo Robinson

    Only connect...

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    None of my family or friends understood when, tutting and shaking my head at the TV recently, I complained that the BBC had shamelessly stolen a gobbet of genius from the pen of E. M. Forster:

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