New Publication

Dear Friends, Colleagues, Members of the IEMFS,

We are happy and proud to inform you that The World of E. M. Forster – E. M. Forster and the World, the latest book to appear under the auspices of the IEMFS, has been just published by Cambridge Scholars and it is available here. And this is the list of contents:

“Such is the working of the southern mind”: A Postcolonial Reading of E. M. Forster’s Italian Narratives – Francesca Pierini

Opposed but Inevitable: Forster’s Reaction against and Acceptance of “Cultural Selection” in A Passage to India – Tarik Ziyad Gulcu

“You mustn’t say anything against the Machine”: Power and Resistance in E. M. Forster’s “The Machine Stops” – Sławomir Kozioł

(Re)Visiting Two Adaptations of E. M. Forster’s Novel Where Angels Fear To Tread: A Transmedial Perspective – Mihaela Cel-Mare (Avram)

What’s Behind Their Umbrellas? Symbolic Consideration of Umbrella in E. M. Forster’s Howards End and Katherine Mansfield’s Selected Short Stories – Anna Kwiatkowska

Crippling Commitments: Charting the Ethics of Disability in Forster and Coetzee – Paweł Wojtas

E. M. Forster’s The Longest Journey and Alan Hollinghurst’s The Stranger’s Child: Continuation or Opposition?  – Barbara Puschmann-Nalenz The first review of the collection can be found here, on page 343.

Yours Sincerely,

Krzysztof Fordonski

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