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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.
Featonby's auctioneer Darren Riach said: "We have tried to find out more information about Mr Forster but to no avail and it has really aroused my curiosity.
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.
the second child of John and Josephine (nee Walker) Forster in 1922, he graduated from Holy Family High School in Union City, N.
RONALD KOEMAN is plotting an PS8million swoop to bring Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster to Southampton.
FRASER FORSTER reckons the spirit in England's goalkeeper's union is so strong because they all help each other get through the bad times.
Forster continued, "It's about something more than politics, about the search of the human race for a more lasting home, about the universe as embodied in the Indian earth and the horror lurking in the Marabar caves and the release symbolized by the birth of Krishna" (Ibid.
FRASER FORSTER has described how the man he replaced in the England goal helped him through his international debut.
Dani Alves believes that Celtic and England goalkeeper Fraser Forster has the quality to replace current Barcelona number one Victor Valdes when the quits the club in the summer.
Vairo, CPCU, president and chief operating officer of Crum and Forster, Inc.