Christie, Stuart.

Worlding Forster : The Passage from Pastoral. - 1 online resource (223 pages) - eBooks on Demand Studies in Major Literary Authors ; v.37 . - Studies in Major Literary Authors .

Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Illustrations and Figures -- Abbreviations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter One Doomed Pastoral: Neohellenism, Liberal Apocalypse, and the "Call of Class" in Howards End and Maurice -- Chapter Two "A Further Reservation in Favour of Strangeness": Isherwood's Queer Pastoral in The Mortmere Stories and "On Reugen Island" -- Chapter Three Akin to Railway Accidents: Textual Realism in Forster's Commonplace Book -- Chapter FourButterfly and Pythoness: ModernistHistoriography in Woolf s Between theActs and Forster s "Abinger Pageant" -- Chapter Five "Distinguishing t'Other From Which": The Imperial Subject in Sir Andrew Fraser's Rajahs and Ryots and Forster's Howards End -- Chapter Six "Queer Report": Disappointed Critics and Prophecy in A Passage in India -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.

First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Country life in literature.
English fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Forster, E. M. -- (Edward Morgan), -- 1879-1970 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Forster, E. M. -- (Edward Morgan), -- 1879-1970 -- Influence.
National characteristics, English, in literature.
Pastoral fiction, English -- History and criticism.
World politics in literature.

Electronic books.

PR6011.O58 -- Z95 2005