E.M. Forster is perhaps best known for his novels A ROOM WITH A VIEW, HOWARD'S END and A PASSAGE TO INDIA. Yet THE LONGEST JOURNEY, published in 1907, is considered by many to be his most dramatic, passionate and brilliant work. Greatly ...
tly autobiographical, it centers on his education. He treats his public school with contempt, Cambridge more kindly. He makes King's College a paradise where friendship blooms and Hellenism rules.
"Forster was a great artist, whose fine interpretation by Jill Masters brings real and lasting joy to the listener." (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)