Aspects of the Novel by E. M. Forster

This book is a collection of lectures on literary criticism and theory, specifically focusing on the novel as a literary form. It discusses various elements of the novel such as story, characters, plot, pattern, and rhythm, and analyzes how these components contribute to the overall structure and meaning of the work. The author also explores the differences between flat and round characters, and the concept of 'prophecy' in fiction. The book serves as a guide for both readers and writers, providing insight into the art of storytelling and the techniques used in crafting a compelling narrative.

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