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Thus E. M. Forster, in Aspects of the Novel: and if we want the case against Scott
we cannot do better than continue the quotation: He is seen to have a trivial mind
and a heavy style. He cannot construct. He has neither artistic detachment nor ...
bols are not sentimentalized, for Greece contains Pan, and Forster's symbol
always includes the life of impulse, of impulse even to brutishness and cruelty.
We see this in his first novel, Where Angels Fear to Tread (1905), a book which in
This failure in the symbol which is Forster's measuring rod of his upper-class,
public school, Anglo-Saxon characters is still more evident in The Longest
Journey (1907), in many ways the most delightful of his novels. Its theme is reality
and its ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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