عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this article is to give a critical survey of one of the important novels of the twentieth century which bears a relationship to the now prevalent dichotomy of the own culture versus the alien culture. Before embarking on this task, a brief general introduction to the limes and especially other works of Forster is offered with the hope that it will set out the brief suvery offered there after. Forster, Edward Morgan (1897-1970), the novelist and essayist was born in London and was educated at Tonbridge School and King, s College, Cambridge. He lived for a time in Italy, the background of 'Where Angles Fear 10 Tread" (1905) and "A Room with a view" (1908). "The Longest Journey" (1907), which has a considerable element of autobiography was followed by "Howards End" (1910). His last novel "A Passage to India" (1924) has attracted much attention, not only for its formal merits, but also because of the unique approach to its subject-matter.