' … a fascinating register of historical fissures and tensions in Forster criticism and will appeal to a wide readership.' The Review of English Studies
'It is an accessible and detailed treatment of the many themes in Forster's work as well as the contradictions and problems which beset him and which can be traced through his writing.' Reference Reviews
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This collection of essays provides lively and innovative readings of every aspect of E. M. Forster's diverse career. It includes substantial chapters on Forster's two major novels, Howards End and A Passage to India. Other topics include his vexed relationship with Modernism and his role as a literary critic.