Time and Place in EM Forster Novels
Time and Place in EM Forster Novels
Time and Place in EM Forster Novels

Time & Place Syndrome in E M Forster’s Novels

Author:
Chandana Khan
A perspective look at E M Forster's novels - useful for English literature students, literary criticism enthusiasts and aficionados.

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Genre : Literary Criticism
Binding : Hardbound
Pages : 169 pages
Published : October 2021
ISBN: 9789392281075
Published by: Virasat Art Publications

Chandana Khan’s Time and Place Syndrome in E M Forster’s Novels bursts the myth of Forster as a mythmaker. Born out of an abandoned MPhil thesis, in this book Chandana Khan shows that Forster does not rely only on mythologies to consummate his novels but his novels are basically novels of condition—the condition of England, the condition of the colonial other, the condition of time and place. Thereby Forster’s work transcends the moment and becomes eternal. Chandana Khan takes us to the other side of the hedge to view Forster anew.

A perspective look at E M Forster’s novels – useful for English literature students and aficionados.

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About the Author

She adores art as much as she does her work, be at cooking,writing or anything creative. Wondering who it is? Yes, it is none other than the dynamic retired IAS officer Chandana Khan, who has created a special place in the head of Hyderabadis. Born in 1954, in Miaapur, then East Pakistan, she came to Kolkata after India was divided in 1947. She studied English literature at Jadavpur University and taught in a College. Later she became an IAS officer. But her creative endeavor never stopped. She has already written many books of poems and short stories in English and Bangla. In this book, she discloses her perception and experiences as a student of literature who vividly studied and analysed the pieces of E. M. Forster particularly the elemental substantially of time and place of his novels.