• Forster, E M
  • E. M. Forster
  • E. M. Forster

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Forster's novel begins with the words "Only connect" on the title page, and later we read of Margaret: "Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon. Only connect the prose and the passion, and both will be exalted, and human love will be seen at its height. Live in fragments no longer."

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Forster deals with the conflict of class distinctions and human relationships.
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Forster's "Howards End" is a flat out masterpiece

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Her task in the novel is to bridge Henry's prose and her sister Helen's passion, a passion which eventually leads to her becoming pregnant by Mr. Bast and arriving at Howards End in, to Henry, a scandalous condition. He demands to know the name of her "seducer," and later his feckless son Charles () brings about the film's climax of tragedy and farce by attempting to avenge Helen, who has no wish to be avenged.

Whether that was what you got depended on how attentive you were. "Howards End," based on the 1910 novel by Forster, is a film seething with anger, passion, greed and emotional violence. That the characters are generally well-behaved says less about their manners than their inhibitions. That's where the two conversations between Margaret and Henry come into play. Listen to them, and you have the underlying method of the film.

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E M Forster was never one for lightheartedness but I can never remember Howards End being this “wordy “and lack lustre. I’m finding this tough going really

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They made high-end films with low-end budgets, which gave them freedom from studio interference, and they often began with novels by such as and E.M. Forster that had the advantage of being out of copyright. Actors would reduce their fees to work with them, knowing Oscar nominations were likely, and indeed was named best actress for her performance here as Margaret, and both Thompson and , who plays Henry, were nominated for "The Remains Of The Day."

Forster's masterpiece about a society in transition

In 1910, her speech, however fair and sensible it may sound to us, was shocking. It is hard now to imagine how dangerous the novel seemed to some of its readers. The hypocrisy that Forster was illustrating had a buried meaning to him because of his own homosexuality, which he kept a secret, at least in public, until the posthumous publication of his novel also filmed by Merchant-Ivory.

Howards End by E.M Forster – Bodies in the Library

An all-star adaptation of EM Forster's best-known novel Howards End aired on BBC One this evening (November 12), and it had Twitter all abuzz.

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