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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Forsters Introduction to the 1961 edition
Pharos Rhakotis Can opus
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Abou Aboukir Alexander Alexandria ancient antique Antony Arab Arius Athanasius beautiful became Berenice bishop Breccia British building built C. P. Cavafy Cairo Canopic Canopus Cavafy cent centre century Chatby Christ Christian Church Cleopatra Cleopatra's Needles columns Coptic Copts cross desert E. M. Forster Eastern Harbour edition Egypt Egyptian Egyptian Mail Emperor English entrance Forster French friends Gardens Greek Guide head India inscription intr Isis Kait Bey King Lake Lake Mariout letter lighthouse limestone marble Mariout Menas minaret modern Mohammed Monophysite Montazah Mosque Mouseion mummy Museum Necropolis never Nile Nouzha once Orthodox Pacha Palace passage Patriarch Pharos Pharos and Pharillon Philo Plotinus Pompey's Pillar Ptolemy Quays Ramleh Ras-el-Tin remains Rhakotis road Roman Room Rosetta Rue Rosette Section Serapis Sharia Sidi Square statues stood street style Temple of Serapis tion tomb town tram wall