Alexandria, a History and Guide and Pharos and Pharillon
The aim of the Abinger Edition is to provide a new, properly edited library of the literary works of E.M. Forster that does justice to his literary genius. Each volume is edited with scrupulous care. The latest in the series is Alexandria, written while Forster was in Egypt during the First World War. Edited by Professor Miriam Allott of the University of Liverpool, this edition collates and compares all the existing editions of the work to provide the definitive version of the text. It also contains the subsequent work by Forster, Pharos and Pharillon.
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Called the best guidebook ever written, Forster's homage to Alexandria is at once informative, evocative, and nostalgic. The first half of the book is a series of vignettes on various moments and ... Read full review
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