http://www.theguardian.com/books/2009/oct/31/howards-landing-susan-hill-review Ian Pindar Saturday 31 October 2009 00.15 GMT Searching for Howards End one day in her seemingly infinite Gloucestershire farmhouse, the novelist Susan Hill encounters a mountain of unread Booker prize winners and Richard and Judy recommendations. She resolves thenceforth to stop buying books for
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/may/13/vanessa-redgrave-im-stunned-anyone-ever-said-a-word-against-howards-end Catherine Shoard As the acclaimed Merchant Ivory film is screened in Cannes, Redgrave and director James Ivory discuss cinema’s backlash against costume drama, and why EM Forster would have approved of social media ‘ It’s superb film-making. Some people
http://www.catchnews.com/politics-news/forsterian-prescience-i-say-this-because-i-am-jnu-or-hcu-1459860489.html By Dr Maaz Bin Bilal The ever-ironic liberal writer Edward Morgan Forster (1879-1970), famous for A Passage to India (1924) and other novels, wrote a prescient dialogue in his lesser-read-and-liked The Longest Journey (1908) that is apropos to the liberal crisis in contemporary India.
http://www.broadwayworld.com/uk-regional/article/Pilot-Theatre-York-Theatre-Royal-to-Premiere-THE-MACHINE-STOPS-AT-THE-POINT-in-June-20160510# Pilot Theatre and York Theatre Royal present the world premiere of E.M. Forster’s iconic short story The Machine Stops at The Point on Thursday 9th June. In a dystopian world where humans have retreated far underground, Kuno alone questions
L’œil et la voix dans les romans de E. M. Forster et leur adaptation cinématographique Laurent Mellet 2012 – PULM La représentation forstérienne du corps révèle une ambiguïté désenchantée dans l’approche du monde et la conception de la littérature. Les figures
Alberto Fernández Carbajal Compromise and Resistance in Postcolonial Writing offers a new critical approach to E. M. Forster’s legacy. It examines key themes in Forster’s work (homosexuality, humanism, modernism, liberalism) and their relevance to post-imperial and postcolonial novels by important
E. M. Forster’s legacy: “Only connect” over a century of British arts University Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France) Research team CAS (EA 801) Convened by Pr Laurent MELLET and Dr Elsa CAVALIÉ 10 and 11 December 2015 Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès