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E.M.Forster

  1. 1. E. M. Forster and his life :
  2. 2. Edward Morgan Forster was born in London on the first day of 1879 ,British novelist, essayist, and social and literary critic. His fame rests largely on his novels Howards End (1910) and A Passage to India (1924) and on a large body of criticism. His father, an architect from a strict evangelical family, died of consumption soon after Forster was born, leaving him to be raised by his mother and paternal great-aunt. Because his mother was from a more liberal and somewhat irresponsible background, Forster's home life was rather tense. He was raised in the household of Rooks nest, which inspired Howards End. Forster was educated as a dayboy at the Ton bridge-School, Kent, an experience responsible for a good deal of his later criticism of the English public school system. He then attended King's College, Cambridge, which greatly broadened his intellectual interests and provided him with his first exposure to Mediterranean culture, which counterbalanced the more rigid English culture in which he was raised.
  3. 3. Forster became a writer shortly after graduating from King's College. His first novels were products of that particular time stories about the changing social conditions during the decline of Victorianism. However, these earlier works differed from Forster's contemporaries in their more colloquial style and established the author's early conviction that men and women should keep in touch with the land to cultivate their imaginations.
  4. 4. His first novel, 1-Where Angels Fearto Tread (1905), is the story of Lilia, a young English widow who falls in love with an Italian man, and of the efforts of her bourgeois relatives to get her back from Monteriano (based on San Gimignano) Next, Forster published 2- The Longest Journey (1907), an inverted bildungsroman following the lame Rickie Elliott from Cambridge to a career as a struggling writer and then to a post as a schoolmaster
  5. 5. 3- A Room with a View (1908), The book explores the young Lucy Honeychurch's trip to Italy with her cousin, and the choice she must make between the free-thinking George Emerson and the repressed aesthete Cecil Vyse. 4- Howards End (1910) novel concerned with different groups within the Edwardian middle classes, represented by the Schlegels (bohemian intellectuals), the Wilcoxes (thoughtless plutocrats) and the Basts (struggling lower-middle-class aspirants).
  6. 6. 5- A Passage to India (1924): The novel takes as its subject the relationship between East and West, seen through the lens of India in the later days of the British Raj.
  7. 7. 6- Maurice (1971) The novel was controversial, given that Forster's homosexuality had not been previously known or widely acknowledged. Today's criti.cs continue to argue over the extent to which Forster's sexuality and personal activities influenced his writing.
  8. 8. His life after of the novel : After writing A Passage to India, Edward Forster became a BBC radio Broadcaster in the 1930s and 1940s, and worked with the Union of Ethical Societies. He received a Benson Medal award in 1937. He was a homosexual and he never got married. He lived with his mother from 1925 till she died at the age of 90 on 11 March 1945. In January 1946, Forester represented King’s college, Cambridge and his majority of life was spend in the college.
  9. 9. He declined a knighthood which is one of the highest honors an individual in the United Kingdom can achieve in 1949 and was made a Companion of Honor in 1953. After his years in the University, he travelled through Europe with his mother.
  10. 10. In 1914, he visited Egypt, Germany and India with Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, by that time after wards he have had the time to write all of his novels. In addition, Forster was a volunteer in the Red Cross during the First World War.
  11. 11. He died on July 7, 1970. His novels show interest in personal relationships and obstacles in the last 46 years of his life, Forrester has not only real-life stories to write.
  12. 12. However, he wrote articles and translations in cash and morally excellent wonderful manner and with the same beauty and elegance and civility that characterized his novels.
  13. 13. References : • E.M. Forster. (n.d) . Retrieved from http://www.gradesaver.com/author/e-forster • British writers. (n.d).Retrieved from http://global.britannica.com/biography/E-M-Forster • Edward Morgan Forster(n.d). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._M._Forster
  14. 14. BY : - Hind Muhammad - Abrar Khaled - Hajar Almotari - Waad Mobarak - Ahad Mousa - Arwa salem
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