Posted by OP (22.214.171.124) on :16:59:49 13/10/02
where is a picture?
Posted by op (126.96.36.199) on 16:07:16 13/10/02
I am looking for emforster`s friend.
That is name homeredith.
I want to see his photo.
Plese tell me!
Posted by Laura (board editor) on 12:24:00 14/10/02
You can find photos of 'H.O.M.' or Hugh Meredith in several Forster biographies, like 'E. M. Forster: A Life' by P.N. Furbank. If you email me at template.php3?t=mail&to=laura I can email you a scan if you like, just let me know!
Posted by OP (188.8.131.52) on :14:31:33 03/12/02
Thank you very much for your information and
so sorry for my late reply.
I am the person posted the request on Aspects of E.M. Forster Message Board sight
for seeking Homeredith's pic in Oct.
Actually, I did not expect I could get the information from someone,
since I retrieved to obtain his pic hundreds times　until then
I was delighted and excited when seeing your reply.
If I had checked the homepage from timre to time,
I could have contacted you earlier.....
If possible, please give me more information about the Forster
biographies that you mentioned.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
OP from Japan
Posted by Laura (board editor) on 15:28:05 12/03/03
If you e-mail to template.php3?t=mail&to=laura, I can e-mail you a scan of one of the photos.
Photos of Hugh Meredith can be found in e.g.:
E.M. Forster: A Life.
First edition is from 1977 and 1978 (in two volumes). Later one-volume editions are abounding, you could try www.amazon.com or other (on-line) second hand bookstores. This is THE classic Forster biography.
In fact, there would hardly seem to be a Forster biography that does not feature Hugh Meredith - he was such a very important influence. You could also have a look in Nicola Beauman's 'Morgan - a Biography of E.M. Forster' (the American edition is called 'E. M. Forster: A Biography'). And 'E.M. Forster and his World' by Francis King is also of interest. Beauman's is the more speculative approach, King is a nice addition to Furbank. However, there are numerous 'live and work'-style books that offer a nice insight as well. The very best of these would probably be 'The Cave and the Mountain: A Study of E.M. Forster', by Wilfred Stone. This is a very detailed and well-researched book. For particular info on Howards End and its origins the captivating 'Forster Country' by Margaret Ashby is a great source. Hope this helps!
Posted by Laura (board editor) on 15:30:11 12/03/03
typo: 'life' of course