Shepherds in the Parlor: Forster's Apostles, Pagans, and Native Sons

Cucullu, Lois
September 1998
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall98, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Presents information on E.M. Forster's role in the transmission of literary culture as a modernist novelist. Contribution of Forster to modernism; Overview of a travel essay from Forster's post-graduation tour of Italy; Analysis of other works by Forster.


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