Howards End - 
      E M Forster
    
      Alfred Kazin

Howards End

; Alfred Kazin (Introduksjon)

The story of a house and two sisters, Howards End is also a subtle meditation on national, sexual and social identities. Half German by birth and middle-class English by upbringing, Helen and Margaret Schlegel struggle to come to terms with the problems of their inheritance in Edwardian England. Les mer
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The story of a house and two sisters, Howards End is also a subtle meditation on national, sexual and social identities. Half German by birth and middle-class English by upbringing, Helen and Margaret Schlegel struggle to come to terms with the problems of their inheritance in Edwardian England. If the contrasting temperaments of the heroines often recall Sense and Sensibility, the comparison with Jane Austen is fully justified by the power of Forster's irony and the brilliance of his wit.
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Forlag: Everyman's Library
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 408
ISBN: 9781857150254
Format: 21 x 3 cm
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