Source: Zimmermann, Heiko, ed. Aspects of E.M. Forster. 1 Mar. 2000 - 14 Nov. 2018. 14 Nov. 2018 <http://emforster.de/>.
Posted by Chris (220.127.116.11) on :01:43:59 25/04/03
I believe Forster wrote an essay either with this title or alluding to it in some way. Can anyone tell me where I might find it?
Posted by Laura (board editor) on 12:10:08 25/04/03
The most likely candidate seems to be 'Not listening to music'. You can find it in "Two Cheers for Democrocay". This book comprises of a compilation some of Forster's essays, texts of radio talks etc. It was first published in 1951 but there have been numerous reprints!
Posted by Laura (board editor) on 12:21:45 25/04/03
Sorry Chris for the typos. The most important one is of course in the mysterious booktitle. I wouldn't even know how to pronounce this. Stating the obvious: it's of course 'Democracy'.
Posted by Chris (18.104.22.168) on :22:43:52 26/04/03
Thanks Laura. I'll look it up. The upshot of 'Why I never go to concerts' is (apparently), ....because they're full of ugly people (!). As a concert goer, the thought amuses me. Thanks again. Chris
Posted by Kimberly (22.214.171.124) on 04:56:43 19/09/03
Iam having a hard time finding exactly when this essay was written.
Posted by Heiko (editor) on 12:18:09 23/09/03
It was written in 1939. That's at least what's given in the 1965 Penguin edition of _Two Cheers for Democracy_.
Posted by steve in ny (126.96.36.199) on :07:45:43 02/04/05
forster liked these 'turnaround' notions. in 'two cheers,' there is also an essay about books that had influenced him -- negatively.
Posted by dreameyes (188.8.131.52) on :00:20:13 24/09/06
does anybody know when and where the essay'me tham and you" was published?