A Room with a View and Howards End
Wit and intelligence all halmarks of these two probing portraids of the English character written by E.M. Forster. Both are stories of extreme contrasts - in values, social class and cultural perspectives. Romantic relationships lead to conventonal happiness in the delightful social comedy 'A Room With' and to unexpected scandal in the richer, deeply moving novel 'Howards End'.
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Review: A Room with a View / Howards EndUser Review - Italo Italophiles - Goodreads
If you've only ever seen the film adapted, very faithfully, from the novella A Room With a View, I strongly suggest you read the novella and savor the words that inspired the modern movie classic ... Read full review
Review: A Room with a View / Howards EndUser Review - Kenneth Elliott Iltz - Goodreads
After trying to read two new novels and giving up after about 30 pages, I went back to my comfort zone. The plot is fairly simple. The heroine, Miss Lucy Honeychurch, heads to Italy on the grand tour ... Read full review