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Many aspects of writing catch a readers attention and keep one interested in a book E M Forster put many of these aspects in his books making them well written and quite interesting He combined great characters a decent story line and his prolific knowledge of writing to make his books readable and enjoyable E M Forster was born on January 1 1879 in London England After an education at Tonbridge School and Kings College Cambridge he spent a year traveling in Europe On his return he taught at the Working Mens College and established the Independent Review a journal that supported the progressive wing of the Liberal Party Forster later became a member of the Bloomsbury Group that discussed literary and artistic issues He published his first novel Where Angels Fear to Trend in 1905 He wrote many other novels including Longest Journey Howards End and A Room with a View As a pacifist Forster wouldnt fight in the First World War instead he worked for the International Red Cross Two years later Forster moved to India where he worked as a personal secretary for Mahaharajah of Dewas This resulted in his novel A Passage to India When he returned to England he wrote many critiques and articles but never wrote any more novels E M Forster died on June 7 1970 Many critics are split on E M Forsters writings although most things written are positive and they all seem to agree on the same things His use of characters and their development and his story lines all seem to be the same and have the same theme All the characters in his books seem to contain the same elements They are exempt from poverty hunger lust and hate They seem to have almost perfect characteristics and are never poor None of his characters are portrayed in a relation to society and all must choose between good and evil XXXXX 2
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