A Room with a View

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A Room with a View

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You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. In this brilliant piece of social comedy Forster is concerned with one of his favourite themes: the undeveloped heart of the English middle classes, who are here represented by a group of tourists and expatriates in Florence. The English abroad are observed with a sharply ironic eye, b You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. In this brilliant piece of social comedy Forster is concerned with one of his favourite themes: the undeveloped heart of the English middle classes, who are here represented by a group of tourists and expatriates in Florence. The English abroad are observed with a sharply ironic eye, but one of them, the young and unaffected Lucy Honeychurch, is also drawn with great sympathy. In her relationships with her dismal cousin Charlotte, with the unconventional Emersons and--the scene transferred to England--with her supercilious fiancé, Lucy is torn between lingering Victorian properties, social and sexual, and the spontaneous promptings of her heart (an undeveloped heart, not a cold one). Thus there are hidden depths of meaning in this sunniest and most readable of Forsters novels. This edition includes Forsters light-hearted sequel, A View without a Room.

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You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. In this brilliant piece of social comedy Forster is concerned with one of his favourite themes: the undeveloped heart of the English middle classes, who are here represented by a group of tourists and expatriates in Florence. The English abroad are observed with a sharply ironic eye, b You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. In this brilliant piece of social comedy Forster is concerned with one of his favourite themes: the undeveloped heart of the English middle classes, who are here represented by a group of tourists and expatriates in Florence. The English abroad are observed with a sharply ironic eye, but one of them, the young and unaffected Lucy Honeychurch, is also drawn with great sympathy. In her relationships with her dismal cousin Charlotte, with the unconventional Emersons and--the scene transferred to England--with her supercilious fiancé, Lucy is torn between lingering Victorian properties, social and sexual, and the spontaneous promptings of her heart (an undeveloped heart, not a cold one). Thus there are hidden depths of meaning in this sunniest and most readable of Forsters novels. This edition includes Forsters light-hearted sequel, A View without a Room.
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Title A Room with a View Height 12.8
E M Forster Width 1.5
ISBN-13 9780140180787 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher Faber And Faber (penguin India) Pages 256
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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