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E.M. Forster: Howards End  

Howards End is thought by many critics and readers to be the greatest of Forster's several wonderful novels. It is the complex and absorbing story of three families in turn of the century England. They seek to connect across class lines, but good intentions collide with the realities of economic inequality, clashing values, and social conventions. Forster's elegant and subtly comic prose illuminates the struggles of the novel's characters to make and maintain human connection in an increasingly depersonalized world. For the first class, please read the first ten chapters. 


  • E.M. Forster: Howards End

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  • For online courses, a Zoom link will be sent to each registrant 24-48 hours in advance of the class.

  • Fee: $60.00

  • Instructor(s): George Stewart

  • Dates: 4/23/2021 - 5/14/2021

    Times: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Sessions: 4

    Days: F

  • Building: Online Course

    Room: Online Class

  •  Address: Online Ann Arbor, MI 48108

  • Recommended text:  E.M. Forster, Howards End, 1910.  Any contemporrary paperback edition 

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