Edwardian Society, Homosexuality, and E. M. Forster's Short Stories



Year of publication 2015
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description This paper deals with an analysis of E. M. Forster’s short stories published after his death in a collection called The Life to Come and Other Stories. While some literary critics claim that Forster could have published his short stories, this paper, through the analysis of his short stories, highlights some of the themes that would make the publication very problematic if not wholly impossible. The aim is to explore several themes of some of the short stories, contrast them with similar literature that was meant to be published for public reading and point out the differences that made the Forster’s short stories unpublishable
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