Where Angels Fear to Tread

by E. M. Forster | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0486277917 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingbooklady331wing of Cape Coral, Florida USA on 11/2/2013
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Journal Entry 1 by wingbooklady331wing from Cape Coral, Florida USA on Saturday, November 02, 2013
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Journal Entry 2 by wingbooklady331wing at Cape Coral, Florida USA on Wednesday, August 23, 2017
1001 book. A nice read but not compelling

Journal Entry 3 by wingbooklady331wing at Cape Coral, Florida USA on Saturday, October 20, 2018
In E. M. Forster's first novel, an English family and their acquaintances encounter a society in the hills of Italy. Vacuous Lilia visits Monteriano in Tuscany and impulsively marries. She realizes her mistake too late to save herself but her English in-laws attempt to rescue the issue of her marriage. Upon arriving in Monteriano, they find that their wealth and education count for less than they thought. Rigid Harriett breaks herself against the local culture and provokes a tragedy, but the more sensitive members of the rescue party, Philip and Miss Abbott, profit in ways that they did not expect.

Forster uses a quiet, simple style that lets the reader be moved. This is a short novel, yet Forster finds room for a sincere appreciation of the charms of fictional Monteriano. Glad I read this novel.

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