|提及的人：||E M Forster; E M Forster; E M Forster; Edward M Forster|
|描述：||404 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Prologue : "Start with the fact that he was homosexual" --
pt. 1. Becoming a "grown up man" --
"A queer moment" --
Kings and apostles --
"A minority, not a solitary" --
"The spark, the darkness on the walk" --
"Ordinary affectionate men" --
"Parting with respectability" --
"A great unrecorded history" --
pt. 2. Happiness can come in one's natural growth --
"Do not forget your ever friend" --
"Toms and Dicks" --
"A little like being married" --
"The last Englishman" --
"My dear America" --
"I favor reciprocal dishonesty" --
"The worm that never dies."
With the posthumous publication of his long-suppressed novel Maurice in 1970, E.M. Forster came out as a homosexual--though that revelation made barely a ripple in his literary reputation. As Wendy Moffat persuasively argues, Forster's homosexuality was the central fact of his life. Between Wilde's imprisonment and the Stonewall riots, Forster led a long, strange, and imaginative life as a gay man. He preserved a vast archive of his private life--a history of gay experience he believed would find its audience in a happier time. Moffat's decade of detective work--including first-time interviews with Forster's friends--has resulted in the first book to integrate Forster's public and private lives. Seeing his life through the lens of his sexuality offers us a radically new view, revealing his astuteness as a social critic, his political bravery, and his prophetic vision of gay intimacy. This book invites us to see Forster--and modern gay history--from a completely new angle.--From publisher description.
- Forster, E. M. -- (Edward Morgan), -- 1879-1970.
- Forster, E. M. -- (Edward Morgan), -- 1879-1970 -- Relations with men.
- Forster, E. M. -- (Edward Morgan), -- 1879-1970 -- Friends and associates.
- Authors, English -- 20th century -- Biography.
- Gay authors -- Great Britain -- Biography.
- Forster, Edward M.