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Forster

E(dward) M(organ). 1879--1970, English novelist, short-story writer, and essayist. His best-known novels are A Room with a View (1908), Howard's End (1910), and A Passage to India (1924), in all of which he stresses the need for sincerity and sensitivity in human relationships and criticizes English middle-class values
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It features a bust of Mr Forster "executed in terra cotta" against a background of toffs viewing works at the academy.
David said: "I think that as a local solicitor, Mr Forster would have represented a lot of organisations and would have been well known.
Forster (1992) offers two possibilities of the illuminating moment - of Wordsworth's 'spots of time'; either they may strike one unawares or they may be induced through deep reflection on the inner life: "visions do not come when we try, though they may come through trying" (p.
a u Forster said: "Going into the start of World Cup, you have to believe that you can win every game.
Forster , Nicola Beauman gives a vivid and conclusive delineation of Forster and his ideal, "The very name of E.
But 25-year-old Forster revealed that Hart had been an immense help to him in the build-up to the game - and he expects his rival to bounce back.
Barcelona are now searching for a replacement for their long-serving number one and it seems Forster could well be a candidate after pulling off a string of impressive saves against the Catalans in the Champions League.
Howard, who is assuming the responsibility of chairman of the Crum and Forster board, also reported that Sidney F.
Tom Robert Forster, 23, was jailed despite pleas that prison for him would mean the end of his small business and two employees losing their jobs.
2) Eckart Forster adduces this claim as a point of departure for undertaking "to grasp and understand the single thought" that orients his ambitious new study, The Twenty-Five Years of Philosophy: A Systematic Reconstruction.