The BBC Talks of E.M. Forster 1929-1960 (Hardback)
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The BBC Talks of E.M. Forster 1929-1960 (Hardback)

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Hardback 477 Pages / Published: 30/06/2008
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Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826218001
Number of pages: 477
Weight: 943 g
Dimensions: 242 x 168 x 43 mm


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" ""Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. 'For this volume, ' they say, rather strikingly, 'we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged.'"--From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank


"A magnificent scholarly achievement. It shows E. M. Forster as a public intellectual in the act of bringing 'culture' to the nation."--Jean Pickering, author of "Understanding Doris Lessing
"

"""Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. 'For this volume, ' they say, rather strikingly, 'we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged.'"--From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank


"" Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. For this volume, they say, rather strikingly, we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged. From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank"


A magnificent scholarly achievement. It shows E. M. Forster as a public intellectual in the act of bringing culture to the nation. Jean Pickering, author of "Understanding Doris Lessing
"

" " Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. For this volume, they say, rather strikingly, we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged. From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank

"


"A magnificent scholarly achievement. It shows E. M. Forster as a public intellectual in the act of bringing 'culture' to the nation."--Jean Pickering, author of Understanding Doris Lessing

"Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. 'For this volume, ' they say, rather strikingly, 'we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged.'"--From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank


"Here is a nice surprise for E. M. Forster-lovers, a very generous selection of his radio talks, texts which one might have supposed lost for ever. This edition was first planned by the late Mary Lago, who died in 2001, but her successors have completed it in admirable style. 'For this volume, ' they say, rather strikingly, 'we sought that stage in the life of these texts wherein the writer, speaker, editor, bureaucrat, typist, audience member, and larger cultural milieu merged.'"--From the Foreword by P.N. Furbank

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