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|Title:||A Language for Thought: Irony in A Room with a View, Where Angels Fear to Tread, and The Longest Journey.|
|Authors:||Donaldson, Ross George|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>A study of irony in E.M. Forster's early novels, Where Angels Fear to Tread, The Longest Journey, and A Room with a View. Irony is seen as an aspect of thought, whose character is one of complex balance which is yet passionate. While Forster does use irony to undermine, he uses it more importantly as a piece of intellectual rhetoric which urges the essential merit of the idea whose weakness is explored.</p>|
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