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English 131 Modern British Literature

Professor T. Arambulo

Bibliography of E.M. Forster

PRIMARY SOURCES
Novels
A Passage to India. London: Edward Arnold, 1924.
A Room With a View. Norfolk, Conn.: New Directions.
Arctic Summer. London: Hesperus, 1980.
Howards End. London: Edward Arnold, 1910.
Maurice. London: Edward Arnold, 1971.
The Longest Journey. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1907.
The Story of the Siren. Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1920.
Where Angels Fear to Tread. London: Blackwood, 1905.
Collection of Short Stories
Abinger Harvest. London: Edward Arnold, 1936.
Albergo Empedocle and Other Writings. New York: Liveright, 1971.
Collected Short Stories. London: Penguin, 1947.
The Celestial Omnibus. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1911.
The Collected Short Stories. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1989.
The Collected Tales of E.M. Forster. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1947, 1986.
The Eternal Moment. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1928.
The Life to Come. London: Edward Arnold, 1972.
The Machine Stops: And Other Stories. London: Deutsch, 1947.
Non-fiction
Alexandria: A History and a Guide. Alexandria: Whitehead Morris Limited, 1922 revised
1961.
Aspects of the Novel. London: Penguin, 1927.
Battersea Rise. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1955.
Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson. London: Edward Arnold, 1962.
Marianne Thornton: A Domestic Biography (1797-1887). London: Edward Arnold, 1956.
Nordic Twilight. London: Macmillan and Co., 1940.

Princeton: Princeton University Press. Beauman. Forster. New York: Bedford Books. Knopf. Brown. N. 1992. M. Johnstone. Aspects of E. London: Edward Arnold. Alistair M. Englewood Cliffs. M. Knopf.A. 1968. 1939. Forster. 1977. Gardner. M. Paul. 1966. Howards End (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism series). John Keith. . New York: Octagon Books.M. Ed. 1977-78. Forster: Volume One (1879-1920). E. W. Son and Company. 1969. The Bloomsbury group : a study of E. London: Edward Arnold.M. London: Collins. 1950. E. Virginia Woolf. Cambridge. Frederick C. Armstrong. Malcolm. Lytton Strachey. Forster's House of Fiction (Twayne Masterwork Studies series) New York: Twayne Publishers. 1962. New York: Harcourt. Forster: a critical study. Philip. E. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Duckworth. MA. 1953. Howards End: E. Two Cheers for Democracy. Forster: a collection of critical essays. Ed. What I Believe. London: W. M. London: Hart-Davis. 1954. E. Selected Letters of E. Forster: A Life. and their circle. New York: A. Norton & Company. 1997. 1923.N. Forster. New York: A. Rhythm in the oval. Glasgow: Jackson.A. Nicola. 1994. New York: Harcourt. Brander. M. SECONDARY SOURCES _________.Pharos and Pharillon: A Novelist’s Sketchbook of Alexandria Through the Ages.M. Crews. 1951. 1st January 1969. 1983. Forster : essays and recollections written for his ninetieth birthday.: Harvard University Press.M. Forster: A Biography. Harlow: Longman for the British Council. Selected Letters: 1921-1970. Furbank. Bradbury. Brace and Company. London: Hogarth press. Alistair M.M. Brace. Duckworth. Forster : the perils of humanism. Howards End (Norton Critical Edition). Edward Killoran. E.J. 1955. 1998. E.: Prentice-Hall. E. M. The Development of English Prose Between 1918 and 1939. Laurence. P. The Hill of Devi. Forster. 1984.

New York: St. May. Macaulay.M. Princess Sharon. (Brownlee Jean). New York: Columbia University Press.Kelvin. California: Stanford University Press. University of the Philippines. E. M.M. J. Tambling. Forster.M.M. David. Harry Thornton. Forster: A Literary Life. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press on behalf of the Australian Humanities Research Council. Forster and the Fate of Liberalism. 1938. Diliman. Rex. ed. Art and order: a study of E. M.D. Shusterman. 1971.M. Jeremy. New York: St. 1966. 1960. Norfolk. Wilde. E. Forster. (Harold James). 1995. London: Thames and Hudson. 1965. Mary. M. Moore.: University of Missouri Press. Martin’s Press. Allan. Orig. 1965. Forster. Forster. King. .M. Kirkpatrick. Forster. The quest for certitude in E. London: Published for the British Council and the National Book League by Longmans Green. Lago. Forster. 1960. E. Norman.: New Directions Publishing Corporation. The cave and the mountain : a study of E. Stone. E. 1985. Ph. Lionel. E. 1996. Forster's fiction Bloomington: Indiana University Press. M. Columbia. Forster.M. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. Rose. Brian. London: R.M. J. ed. H. M. E. Trilling. Hart- Davis. Heroines in love: a study of the women characters in E. London: Hogarth Press. 1995. B. E. Conn. 1978. Oliver. A bibliography of E. MO. Francis. diss. Warner. 1968. M. Forster. 1967. Wilfred Healey. Forster and his World. Forster's novels. Stanford. The Modernist as Pragmatist: E. Martin’s Press. Lago.M. Forster. 1967. The Writings of E. Mary. 1964.M. The art of E. Rev. Forster: 1921-1970 Cambridge: Harvard University Press. New York: New York University Press. Forster. Selected Letters of E.

on two very different journeys into the history of the Indian subcontinent: A Passage to India and Midnight's Children. Spring. Feb 17. of Toronto Quarterly. Frank. W[i]nt[e]r. Caporaletti. Forster's The Machine Stops. Timothy. from the Literary Encyclopedia. favoring signed articles by recognized scholars. 1999. Childs. "Some Interviews with E. On Where Angels Fear to Tread. On A Passage to India." Univ. M. "Transvaluing immaturity: reverse discourses of male homosexuality in E. "Images of a networked society: E." [philosopher Richard Rorty and E. (Winter 1987/8). Perkowitz. A substantial introduction to E. Forster. Jeffrey. Winter." in EESE 11/1996.'" Studies in Short Fiction." In Twentieth Century Literature. "Vital disconnection in Howards End.” New Statesman. Forster's 'Howards End' and Virginia Woolf's 'The Waves. 2005. Tamera. "A Voluntary Surrender: Imperialism and Imagination in A Passage to India. 1997." Style. Peter." Forster's authorial strategies for both affirming and challenging the association of immaturity and homosexuality." Twentieth Century Literature. Forster's 'The Machine Stops. Forster's A Passage to India" [India and the Problem of Representation in A Passage to India]. 2003 [E. Morley.M. Salman Rushdie]. "Whose books once influenced mine": the relationship between E. "Bearing the White Man's Burden: Misrecognition and Cultural Difference in E. "Contrary to the prevailing current?" Homoeroticism and the voice of maternal law in Forster's "The Other Boat. Vol. Spring.M. M.M. Forster. Brian. 1998. and web sites that adhere to the Modern Language Association Guidelines for Authors of Web Pages”. Fall. Forster. Forster's posthumously published fiction.Literary criticism1 Borsh. Summer. May. Leslie. 1 Taken from the “selective bibliography of open access articles on E.M. Seabury. Forster. Heath. Forster] Twentieth Century Literature. Hoffman. Available at: http://www. Criticism. Spring. 1995.M. Michael J. Stephen. "The thematization of time in E.literaryhistory. Sheridan. Dorland. White.'" Twentieth Century Literature. 59 No. 1997. Novel: A Forum on Fiction. Forster" An essay in The American Prospect takes its starting point from Forster's The Machine Stops to ask if technology brings people closer together or isolates.M. Stone. Spring. Wilfred. "Information Technology New and Old: James Patrick Kelly's Big Guy and E.com/20thC/Forster. M. 2.M. On Room with a View .htm .M.M. 1997.'" Twentieth Century Literature. Marcia Bundy. "Neoliberalism in Rorty and Forster. Spring 2006 Da Silva. Silvana. Ann Ter Haar. Forster's 'The Eternal Moment' and [James] Joyce's 'The Dead. "Connecting with E. Sidney. "Through Indian eyes. Christensen. articles published in reviewed sources. 1993.

with links to classic Guardian reviews. 1997. A review of the 1992 film version of Howards End.M. 2. Web Sites3 A listing of the E. of Forster's novels.'" Text. Summer.M. 2001. He was somebody who didn't know Indian people. Kenneth. from the turn of the century. "'Only connecting' with the family: class. 2 Ibid.M. Forster's 'Howards End. from the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education. A charming web site explores E. culture. August 30. August 2. Style. Introductory. . Vol. Finland. along with more recent criticism. from the Washington Post. A 1924 review of A Passage to India from the (UK) Guardian." "Leaving home" in Forster's work and the Buddhist notion of the pursuit of truth.M. in Western Buddhist Review. and narrative therapy in E. Naipaul was withering. "Asked whether Forster had contributed anything to the understanding of India. Forster from the (UK) Guardian. A filmography for movies made from novels by E. Forster from the Books and Writers site. "Leaving Home: E.M.Womack. 1905." a 1905 review of Where Angels Fear to Tread in the (UK) Guardian.Forster and the Pursuit of Higher Values. He just knew the court and a few middle class Indians and the garden boys whom he wished to seduce. Film. 3 Ibid. Lighter Reading2 A web site on E. 'a nasty homosexual'" by Paul Kelso. A[n] overview of themes in A Passage to India.M. Forster documents in the collection at Kings College. By Dharmachari Abhaya. Overview. from June 20.Family Systems Psychotherapy and Literature/Literary Criticism. "Naipaul derides novels of Forster. Cambridge. 'He encouraged people to lie. Kuusankoski Public Library. from the Internet Movie Database. Created by a high school class and their Fulbright-Hays winning teacher after the teacher's visit to India. Forster's India.M. Forster.'' . "Forster's Cynicism. The Guardian. 1924 A biography of E.

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