Howards End


  1. ^ L. Trilling, E.M. Forster, p. 114 See also Sarker, A Companion to E. M. Forster, p. 689
  2. ^ Editor's Introduction, in Howards End, Penguin Books. This information was passed to Forster many years after the publication of the novel by a family friend, the composer Elizabeth Poston, who by that point lived at the house; this came as a surprise to Forster, who concluded that, having known and then forgotten these facts as a child, he had unwittingly used them when writing the novel
  3. ^ "Appendix: Rooknest" in Howards End, Penguin Books.
  4. ^ [1] "The two Miss Schlegels are a sort of blending of the three Miss Lowes Dickinson (G. L. D.'s sisters) whom I saw in passing when we were all young. Wickham Place is their house, 1 All Souls' Place, since destroyed, not far from Queens Hall."

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