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256 Pages

9 × 6 inches

ISBN: 9781789621808


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Twenty-First-Century Readings of E.M. Forster's 'Maurice'

Edited by Emma Sutton and Tsung-Han Tsai

Liverpool University Press

Liverpool English Texts and Studies LUP

  • Offers cutting-edge explorations of Maurice written by experts in Britain, the US, Asia and Europe
  • Examines the novel's changing reception, exemplifying broader disciplinary trends in the construction of queer and modernist 'canons'
  • Opens up new readings by exploring overlooked contexts (feminism, politics, aestheticism, religion, philosophy, allegory)
  • Establishes the novel's intertextuality with works by diverse contemporary and subsequent writers including John Bunyan, Oscar Wilde, Christopher Isherwood, Alan Hollinghurst and Damon Galgut
  • Explores the novel's multiple afterlives in writing, film and new media
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