Premium Content As the Player Decides: Sex, Disjunction and the Narrative Voice in Forster
By Anonymous - March 01, 2002
"Only connect," E.M. Forster's inscription to Howard's End, is more problematic than it ought to be. It is a typically Forsterian injunction: idealistic, sweetly humanist and absolute, but vague and stated to be challenged. First, to what does the statement apply? It is there beneath the title, prompting the first-time reader to extend it through…
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