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Excellent, excellent. Thanks for thinking your way through the thicket of the various exasperated responses to Forster’s work (and life), and for expressing so well, and without resorting to academeze, your own take on this intriguing, complicated man (and author). (Personally, I think most critics profoundly underestimate Forster’s enmeshment with his mother and his horror at upsetting her – presumably because most critics can’t imagine such a thing in these post-therapy, post-Edwardian times.)
At any rate, now that I’ve stumbled upon this excellent writing, I’m going to have to investigate your fiction for sure, having collected it for my library for years as a review-reading (gay)librarian who doesn’t, however, read as much fiction himself as he should.
Please keep your blog going…it’s such a pleasure to read articulate, thoughtful and jargon-free prose.
- from a librarian in, of all places, Georgia
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