E. M. Forster (Author)
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DescriptionE. M. Forster and Virginia Woolf were members of the Bloomsbury Group and key literary figures at the forefront of an artistic movement known as Modernism in the early twentieth century, a movement which for English literature meant the innovative re-shaping of boundaries in form, narrative and language. Originally published in 1942, this book presents the historic text of the Rede Lecture, which was delivered by E. M. Forster in the Senate House, Cambridge on 29th May 1941, two months after Woolf's death. The lecture was also given in an alternate form at the Royal Institution of Great Britain on 5th March 1942. In this lecture Forster celebrates Woolf's colossal contribution to literature as well as challenges her work as both a fellow writer and friend. Capturing and illuminating the shifting mood and interests in literature at the time, this landmark lecture is a must-read for all literature scholars.
Cambridge University Press
8 April 2016
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