muddled thoughts on ‘a room with a view’

Paul de Maria, Field of Violet Flowers. Click here to visit Paul's website.
Paul de Maria, Field of Violet Flowers. Click here to visit Paul’s website.

“It isn’t possible to love and to part. You will wish that it was. You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. I know by experience that the poets are right: love is eternal.”

– E M Forster, A Room with a View

When author Annabel Smith, invited me over to her blog to write about my favourite book – or, at least, one of my favourite books – E M Forster’s A Room with a View came immediately to mind.

Click here to pop over to Annabel’s blog and have a read!

(Oh, and while you’re there, make sure you find out more about Annabel’s novelsWhisky Charlie Foxtrot and A New Map of the Universe. You should also take a look at all the other talented authors, bloggers and bookish sorts who have contributed to Annabel’s Friday Faves and read about their favourite books)


In other news, I am finding myself falling in love with writing again. And yes, I’m currently reviewing a book published in 1960. Finally.

More words. Soon. Really.

Author: Michelle

Reader, writer, wannabe. Literary critic (with training wheels on). Blogging my way through the 20th century's classic novels in chronological order.

2 thoughts on “muddled thoughts on ‘a room with a view’”

    1. (Possible spoiler alert)

      The Age of Innocence is brilliant. I adore it. I have The House of Mirth on my shelf and I’m looking at it longingly, waiting until I have the time to dive in…

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