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About E M Forster

E. M. Forster, or Edward Morgan Forster, was a prominent English novelist, essayist, and critic, born on January 1, 1879, in London. Best known for his novels "A Room with a View," "Howards End," and "A Passage to India," Forster explored themes of class, societal conventions, and the clash between different cultures. His works often reflected his concern with humanism and the limitations imposed by societal norms. Forster's writing style, characterized by its clarity and depth, earned him a lasting place in English literature. Beyond his fiction, he was a perceptive essayist, contributing insightful commentary on literature and society. Forster passed away on June 7, 1970, leaving a legacy of thought-provoking literature.

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Books of E M Forster

Howards End

Howards End

Howards End is a novel by E. M. Forster about social conventions, codes of conduct and relationships in turn-of-the-century England. A strong-willed and intelligent woman refuses to allow the pretensions of her husband's smug English family to ruin h

101 Readers
44 Articles
Howards End

Howards End

Howards End is a novel by E. M. Forster about social conventions, codes of conduct and relationships in turn-of-the-century England. A strong-willed and intelligent woman refuses to allow the pretensions of her husband's smug English family to ruin h

101 Readers
44 Articles
Pharos and Pharillon

Pharos and Pharillon

"Pharos and Pharillon" by E. M. Forster is a 20th century book that will soon celebrate its 100th publication anniversary. Forster weaves a compelling tale that will keep readers unable to put the book down until they finish the last word.

2 Readers
16 Articles
Pharos and Pharillon

Pharos and Pharillon

"Pharos and Pharillon" by E. M. Forster is a 20th century book that will soon celebrate its 100th publication anniversary. Forster weaves a compelling tale that will keep readers unable to put the book down until they finish the last word.

2 Readers
16 Articles
A Room With A View

A Room With A View

A Room with a View" by E.M. Forster is a classic novel published in 1908. Set in Edwardian England, the story follows Lucy Honey church, a young Englishwoman from a respectable middle-class family. Lucy embarks on a journey of self-discovery and libe

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20 Articles
A Room With A View

A Room With A View

A Room with a View" by E.M. Forster is a classic novel published in 1908. Set in Edwardian England, the story follows Lucy Honey church, a young Englishwoman from a respectable middle-class family. Lucy embarks on a journey of self-discovery and libe

0 Readers
20 Articles

Articles of E M Forster

CONCLUSION

10 October 2023
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A serious history of Alexandria has yet to be written, and perhaps the foregoing sketches may have indicated how varied, how impressive, such a history might be. After the fashion of a pageant it migh

PHARILLON: THE POETRY OF C. P. CAVAFY

10 October 2023
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Modern Alexandria is scarcely a city of the soul. Founded upon cotton with the concurrence of onions and eggs, ill built, ill planned, ill drained—many hard things can be said against it, and most are

PHARILLON: THE SOLITARY PLACE

10 October 2023
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Delicate yet august, the country that stretches westward from the expiring waters of Lake Mariout is not easy to describe. Though it contains accredited Oriental ingredients, such as camels, a mirage,

PHARILLON: BETWEEN THE SUN AND THE MOON

10 October 2023
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Of the three streets that dispute the honour of being Alexandria’s premier thoroughfare the Rue Rosette undoubtedly bears the palm for gentility. The Bond Street (I refer to Rue Chérif Pacha) is too s

PHARILLON: THE DEN

10 October 2023
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At last I have been to a Den. The attempt was first made many years ago in Lahore City, where my guide was a young Missionary, who wasted all his time in liking people and making them like him. I have

PHARILLON: COTTON FROM THE OUTSIDE

9 October 2023
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I “Oh, Heaven help us! What is that dreadful noise! Run, run! Has somebody been killed?” “Do not distress yourself, kind-hearted sir. It is only the merchants of Alexandria, buying cotton.” “But th

PHARILLON: ELIZA IN EGYPT

9 October 2023
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I When the lively and somewhat spiteful Mrs. Eliza Fay landed at Alexandria in the summer of 1779 that city was at her lowest ebb. The glories of the antique had gone, the comforts of the modern had

PHAROS: THE GOD ABANDONS ANTONY

9 October 2023
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When at the hour of midnight an invisible choir is suddenly heard passing with exquisite music, with voices— Do not lament your fortune that at last subsides, your life’s work that has failed, you

PHAROS: TIMOTHY THE CAT AND TIMOTHY WHITEBONNET

9 October 2023
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“Miaou!” Such was the terrible sound which, half way through the fifth century, disturbed the slumbers of certain Monophysite monks. Their flesh crept. Moved by a common impulse, each stole from his

PHAROS: ST. ATHANASIUS

9 October 2023
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I That afternoon was one of comparative calm for the infant Church. She was three hundred and ten years old. The pagan persecutions had ceased, and disputes about the Nature of Christ, over which blo