E.M. Forster's Happy Solution
This week, Thea Lenarduzzi and Lucy Dallas are joined by Peter Parker, the biographer of J. R. Ackerley and Christopher Isherwood among others, to reconsider the gestation and legacy of E. M. Forster’s final novel, ‘Maurice’, a love story between men across the class divide, published fifty years ago; ‘Keep up, watch out: Or why the people next door have always mattered’ – the historian Arnold Hunt reviews two studies of neighbourly love, and hate, in early modern Britain.
‘Faith, Hope and Charity: English neighbourhoods, 1500–1640’ by Andy Wood
‘Caritas: Neighbourly love and the early modern self’ by Katie Barclay
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