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Synopsis In the novels he wrote at the turn of the twentieth century, E.M. Forster captured the temperament of England's upper-middle class and the tension of challenges to its stifling conventions. His tales of sophisticated socialites beguiled by uninhibited members of other classes and cultures, and of morally serious men and women struggling with their impulsive emotions, are among the most elegant and entertaining works of literature produced in the Edwardian era. The four novels collected in this volume-Where Angels Fear to Tread, The Longest Journey, A Room with a View, and Howard's End-represent the best of Forster's early fiction. Distinguished by their wit and irony, and memorable for their sensitive character studies, they are the enduring legacy of an artist who has been hailed as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. Biography A graceful writer with a keen eye for the bittersweetness bound in differences of class and culture, E. M. Forster had an abbreviated but remarkably successful career as a novelist and established himself as one of England's most insightful 20th-century writers.
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