Maurice in Time

Matz, Jesse
June 2000
Style;Summer2000, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p188
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Provides information on the book `Maurice,' written by E.M. Forster. Discussion on the plot and characters of the novel; Details on the issue of homosexuality and the universal concept of love; Views on the conflict between the characters of the book and their relationship with culture and the outside world; Comments on the utilization of narrative in presenting the story.


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