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Trilling described THE LONGEST JOURNEY as "perhaps the most brilliant, the most dramatic, and the most passionate" of E.M. Forster's works. Certainly it's the most autobiographical -- but its form confuses many. Full of sudden death, hopeless love, and quaintly doomed relationships -- and yet for all that, it's an enormously engaging work. It was Forster's own favorite of his works; he felt that in Stephen he had created a living being.
|Publication Date||March 1, 2003|