Anyone who’s been reading Book to the Future for a while now will know that I’ve developed a bit of a literary crush on Edward Morgan Forster. It started when I read Where Angels Fear to Tread, then, two weeks/years later, I read The Longest Journey…
But it was Howards End that turned my mere crush into utter, unbridled infatuation. Swoon.
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One may as well begin with my letter to E. M. Forster:
Dear Mr. Forster,
I know you died in 1970, but I’m writing to you anyway. I hope you don’t mind. I’m not expecting a response or anything. There’s just something really important I wanted you to know.
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