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|Title:||Pattern and Rhythm in three major novels of E.M.Forster: The Longest Journey, Howards End and A Passage to India|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>In the eighth chapter of his Aspects of the Novel, E.M.Forster considers "something which springs mainly out of the plot, and to which the characters and any other element present also contribute." Borrowing his terms from painting and music, Forster calls this aspect "pattern" and "rhythm".<br /> Forster's notions on pattern and rhythm are applied to his three major novels, The Longest Journey, Howards End and A Passage to India, in the thesis, to see how far his achievements matched his intentions. The results of the investigation are also seen in relation to the needs of the twentieth-century man, in particular, and, in general, to the needs of men at all times.</p>|
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