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Howards End
Howards End | E.M. Forster
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Cathythoughts
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Howards End .. on Netflix.. Yes , I‘m going to have an early night & watch , I havnt seen it in years ❤️ I‘ve never read the book yet

Ruthiella I remember enjoying the film. I have read the book, but I saw the movie first. 1mo
Leftcoastzen I love both , but would have to revisit them to tell you what was different between them , if anything. I think I saw the movie first. 1mo
EvieBee I read it in 2019 and then watched the movie. Loved both! 1mo
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erzascarletbookgasm I haven‘t both. Enjoy! 1mo
batsy The book is wonderful! I also love the film 💕 1mo
Cathythoughts @Ruthiella I have the book on my shelf.. I must take it down 👍🏻 1mo
Cathythoughts @Leftcoastzen I do love the movie ❤️.. I hope to read the book someday 🤞🏻 1mo
Cathythoughts @EvieBee Movie is so very good 1mo
Cathythoughts @batsy it‘s a ‘win win ‘ so 😄 1mo
tpixie Great movie 4w
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arubabookwoman
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@Butterfinger @sprainedbrain @jmofo #20thcenturyclassics After much delay on my part, I have finally mailed 2 books to you Tammy, Howard's End and Ceremony, both great reads. I have The Sound and the Fury, and hope to finish it by November's end. You should receive the books Tuesday-I have tracking # if needed.

sprainedbrain Glad to hear from you! ❤️ 1mo
Butterfinger Been missing you. 1mo
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Centique
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Pickpick

It may be timing and my mood but in the middle of this book I was finding Forster sanctimonious and heavy handed in his philosophising. And of course the unchecked imperialism can make you cringe. But the writing is glorious, the setting and characters spell binding and then the ending is quite wonderful when he upturns the apple cart. Then Forster shows he does have insight into misogyny and the perils of patriarchy. ⬇️

Centique He shows that he sees the problems of class and poverty, recognises some of the injustice and the ineffectiveness of charity - but it feels he comes down on the side of upholding the system. Poor Leonard who Forster thinks cannot raise his mind without the full background of education and intellectualism of the Schlegles. 1mo
Centique Anyway - just a few immediate thoughts. Anyone who has done a deeper read please enlighten me if I‘ve missed something 🙏 1mo
TrishB Great review 👍🏻 1mo
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Ruthiella I reread (on audio mostly) this last year because I wanted to compare it to On Beauty by Zadie Smith. What I noticed was how the Schlagels are also criticized in the text. I didn‘t remember that from my first read (which was probably over 20 years ago). 1mo
Centique @Ruthiella yes! In my head they had been perfect. But I think my memory was probably based on the movie and not the book. (Over 20 years ago too!) 1mo
Centique @Ruthiella it was the perfect cast though. Emma Thompson and Anthony Hopkins! 1mo
Centique @TrishB thank you Trish 😘 1mo
batsy Great review. I love this book quite a bit because it's beautiful, but you're right in that the underlying imperialism and maybe a kind of traditional class consciousness? makes it somewhat problematic (but interesting stuff to mull over!) 1mo
Centique @batsy you‘re so right about the class consciousness. And yes I enjoyed mulling it all over too! I think I‘ll read it again next time and be able to glide through it a bit better knowing I‘ve had some conversations about those things. When you love historical fiction (like we do!) it‘s inevitable I know. 1mo
Cinfhen Hi!!!! I just got to see you on @shawnmooney #BookBites 😍🥳🤩Such a treat!!! You‘re beautiful and so endearing!!! That was FUN!!! 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 1mo
Centique @Cinfhen oh you‘re so sweet to me! My hub helped me set the zoom so it was kind on wrinkles 😜😜😜 Are you going to go on Shawn‘s channel? I hope so!! 1mo
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TK-421
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“It is thus, if there is any rule, that we ought to die--neither as victim nor as fanatic, but as the seafarer who can greet with an equal eye the deep that he is entering, and the shore that he must leave.” #greeting #QuotsySep21

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nanuska_153
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"Now that she had time to think over her own tragedy,she was unrepentant.She neither forgave him for his behaviour nor wished to forgive him.Her speech to him seemed perfect.She would not have altered a word.It had to be uttered once in a life,to adjust to lopsidedness of the world.It was spoken not only to her husband,but to thousands of men like him-a protest against the inner darkness in high places that comes with a commercial age."⬅️Catharsis

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nanuska_153
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The lifes of the Wilcoxs,a conservative very paternalistic family,and the Schlegels,a family with two independent sisters,socialist and immersed in the intellectual world,are intertwined.Very little and a lot happens all at the same time.Sometimes it can be quite dense to follow the thoughts of the different characters,but they are well drawn and like all Forster's the ideas are interesting,surprisingly advanced,and the setting is beautiful.

AvidReader25 I loved this one! 3mo
nanuska_153 @AvidReader25 Yes, I really liked it too! It's not my favourite Forster though 3mo
AvidReader25 @nanuska_153 Now I‘ve got to ask, which is your favorite? 3mo
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nanuska_153 @AvidReader25 Maurice is my favourite so far, but I still have some Forster's left so it's opened to challenge. It will be difficult to beat though, because I think objectively A Passage to India is a better book, but still love Maurice more 3mo
AvidReader25 @nanuska_153 I think Maurice is the only one I haven‘t read yet! Now I‘m going to have to bump it up the TBR. 3mo
nanuska_153 @AvidReader25 oh hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Which one is your favourite? 3mo
AvidReader25 @nanuska_153 Howards End for me! 3mo
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sprainedbrain
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Hi, my name is Jenni, and I really like fascinating character study sort of books set in historical England where not a whole lot actually happens. 😅

Howards End very much fit this bill for me, and despite a slow part in the middle, I enjoyed it. I really loved the Schlegel sisters, especially Margaret, and I laughed more than a little.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This will be going out to Deborah soon. Excited for another round of #20thCenturyClassics y‘all!

sprainedbrain Another #1001books down! ✅ AND this was my May #BookSpin ✅✅ @TheAromaofBooks (edited) 6mo
Tamra There is a movie adaptation with Hopkins and Thompson that is enjoyable. You cannot beat that pair! (Ala Remains of the Day) 6mo
sprainedbrain @Tamra I‘m planning to watch it for sure, and maybe the more recent miniseries, too! 6mo
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Tamra @sprainedbrain I hadn‘t heard about the miniseries! Is it steaming? 6mo
sprainedbrain @Tamra I think it‘s on Starz streaming. It has Matthew MacFadyen! 😉 6mo
Tamra @sprainedbrain I don‘t have a subscription to Starz, but I‘ll be on the lookout. 6mo
sprainedbrain @Tamra I just checked Prime and it‘s steaming there if you have that. 6mo
Tamra @sprainedbrain thank you, yes! 👏🏾 6mo
Leftcoastzen I love this book , guess I‘m in the club!😃 6mo
Cathythoughts I just ordered this book ! @Tamra I saw & loved that movie with Emma & Anthony ... beautiful 6mo
batsy Great review and I loved it, too. For exactly the same reasons 💕 6mo
Tamra @Cathythoughts 💜 It‘s lovely. 6mo
HOTPock3tt ‘Not a whole lot actually happens‘ I think we had a conversation about this a while back Jenni 🤣🤣🤣 @sprainedbrain 6mo
sprainedbrain @HOTPock3tt yes, we did! 🤣 6mo
jmofo Awww yeah! Slow‘s good when it‘s lush in character or excellent writing! 6mo
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Nebklvr
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Panpan

Well, that was horrible. I loved Passage to India but this....no.

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Schlinkles
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A perfect Saturday with perfect reading buddies

TrishB 🐶 they do look perfect! 8mo
Hooked_on_books Sweet babies! 🐶🐶💙💙 8mo
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TK-421
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“She could not explain in so many words, but she felt that those who prepare for all the emergencies of life beforehand may equip themselves at the expense of joy.” #emergency #QuotsyFeb21

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alisonrose
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Makes me feel a bit dumb to admit this but I had a tough time understanding WTF people were saying a lot of the time in this story. Two countries separated by a common language, I guess, but I‘ve not had similar issues w/Austen or the Brontës or Dickens. I did mostly enjoy this tho, appreciate the look at class divisions & entitlement & a changing society. But it was a bit convoluted and I wasn‘t sold on the main relationship at all. 3/5 ⭐️

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alisonrose
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Death destroys a man; the idea of Death saves him.

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alisonrose
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Their grief, though less poignant than their father‘s, grew from deeper roots, for a wife may be replaced; a mother never.

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alisonrose
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It will be generally admitted that Beethoven‘s Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man.

[BRB making a Spotify playlist called Sublime Noise]

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alisonrose
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I‘ve had this on my physical TBR shelves since January 2020, and I have a mostly firm rule that I have to read books within a year of buying them. I don‘t know a lot about it but lucythereader on YouTube has absolutely gushed about it, plus it‘s relatively short for a classic and from a flip-through seems to have a lot of dialogue. All good things! #NowReading

Vansa Lovely book. So many issues that are still relevant. The TV adaptation and Merchant-Ivory movie are ExCELLENT as well! 11mo
Leftcoastzen A favorite of mine. 11mo
alisonrose @Vansa I‘ll have to see if either are available on Netflix or Amazon ☺️ 11mo
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Tamra The film with Hopkins and Thompson is lovely too. 11mo
batsy I love the book and film! 11mo
Gogobooks ❤️ E M Forster 11mo
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Sparklemn
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Pickpick

I listened to the audiobook. I found the relationship between the sisters more interesting than the others. I would give this somewhere between a Pick and So So. Worth reading.

UwannaPublishme I loved the movie with Emma Thompson. 14mo
Sparklemn @UwannaPublishme I just started the Hayley Atwell version on PBS. I‘ll give the Emma Thompson version a try! 14mo
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yelorose
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And now the read for the rest of the week. I find it odd that I‘ve never read it.

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SerialReader
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New on Serial Reader: E.M. Forster's masterpiece "Howards End." At a Hertfordshire estate, three families on different rungs of the social ladder strive and reach out to one another in this exploration of social conventions, codes of conduct, and relationships in turn-of-the-century England. Read it in 40 daily issues on Serial Reader!

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KatieDid927
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I enjoyed this classic. Margaret and Helen were compelling characters and the story didn‘t go where I thought it was gonna go. Some parts dragged in the middle, but overall a good read.

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KingWestGuy
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“Only connect...” the novel‘s most famous quote, serves as the epigraph of the novel and a summary of its main theme: the ability (or inability) of individuals to connect meaningfully across various social, economic and ideological divisions of Edwardian England.

Connecting “the prose and the passion” - the ordinary and conventional with the sensuous and erotic - drives this story, the finest (IMHO) of Forster‘s novels.

A must read.

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Taking advantage of being stuck in the house by having an impromptu movie night with my mum. I‘ve never seen the adaptation of Howard‘s End before - I read the book when I was about thirteen and if I‘m honest I can‘t remember anything at all that happened in it, I really must reread it!

Hooked_on_books I love your shelves! I can‘t help thinking you could squeeze in one more shelf just above the tv. 😂 2y
Emilymdxn @Hooked_on_books it‘s my parents house I don‘t have anything nearly as nice! I‘m staying here til the world goes back to normal. They got the big space for when dad wants a bigger tv 😂 2y
hilded The new BBC adaption was really good if you haven‘t seen that yet 👍 2y
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Pip2
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Am interesting read, taking place pre-WW 1, at the beginning of the novel it showed references to diplomatic interrelations in Europe. At first I thought Forester was going to be going in the direction of a pre war novel but as I delved further into the book I noticed the real moral of the story which applies not only to people but to nations as well. “A place, as well as a person, may catch the glow. It is part of the battle against sameness.”Meg

282Mikado Great review, Pip. That quote (which I missed) does bring additional light to the work. 2y
Pip2 Thank you, I couldn‘t fit the entire quote but extracted the important pieces of the quote. 2y
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282Mikado
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Mehso-so

While an entertaining read, I found it hard to identify with any one character. Meg began to stimulate my interest, but by then the book was 90% gone and I was left wanting. The Social arguments I was led to expect made but cameo appearances and were gone; leaving us with dialog and events that, while amusing, failed to develop a substantive argument for or against anything. Not a bad read, but far from exceptional.

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Julsmarshall
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Enjoying the new Masterpiece version showing on PBS tonight 😄 Loving Tracey Ullman!

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Billypar
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"It was, however illogically, the good, the beautiful, the true, as opposed to the respectable, the pretty, the adequate. It was a landscape of Bocklin's beside a landscape of Leader's, strident and ill-considered, but quivering into supernatural life."
The contrast of the life of ideas led by the Schlegal sisters to the respectability of the Wilcoxes is explored in shrewd observations and sweeping musings on the changes in early ?

Billypar 20th century England. That sounds...boring. But it's not! Forster is not what I was expecting: way ahead of his time - nothing seems safe or dull. He lets himself get carried away with a line of thought, but never so much that he loses coherence. The Schlegals are compelling characters as we watch them rebel against some #papadontpreach characters that love technological progress and fear progressive ideas. @MOvember #ThoughtIWouldntLikeButDid 2y
twohectobooks EM Forster is so good. His books read like they were published much later. 2y
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Cinfhen Images are gorgeous and book sounds wonderful too! #MaybeOneDay 2y
batsy I love this book so much 💜 Great point about how nothing seems safe or dull in his writing. 2y
Billypar @twohectobooks Agreed! He kind of seems like someone who was born into the wrong time. 2y
Billypar @Cinfhen I never would have picked it up if I didn't have Zadie Smith's On Beauty that is supposed to be inspired by it. 2y
Billypar @batsy Yeah, there were some passages that did all this wild stuff, and I was almost surprised when I reread them and it seemed like he was onto something. 2y
Leftcoastzen ❤️❤️❤️More people should read him. 2y
Billypar @Leftcoastzen Definitely! 🙄 2y
Anna40 Read almost all of Forster's books. My favorites are Howard's End, Maurice and A room with a view. But also loved Where angels fear to tread and Passage to India 2y
Billypar @Anna40 Thanks for those recommendations - I'm looking forward to reading more of his! 2y
Anna40 Yes. He's a wonderful author. But your post made me want to reread some of his books. I was in my 20s when I read them. Would be interesting to see how I feel about them now, especially the Schlegel sisters :) 2y
Billypar @Anna40 I don't reread much, but I do wonder about the favorites I read in my 20s- I'm just nervous they won't live up to how I remember them. But I think you'd still enjoy Howards End and the Schlegals. 2y
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Billypar
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#humannature #MOvember
My #currentread is not letting me forget that I missed yesterday's Madonna song prompt 😃
@Cinfhen

batsy Love when that happens! 2y
Cinfhen Hahaha!!! Perfect 👌🏾 2y
Billypar @batsy I know - I implicitly believe the words are shifting around within the pages just to stay relevant with my daily life 😁 2y
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Billypar @Cinfhen This month is really making me aware of how many mid to late career Madonna hits I've never heard (at least based on the titles). I need to check out the spotify list- might have that be my soundtrack while working today ☺ 2y
Blaire Hope you‘re enjoying Howard‘s End. I loved it. 2y
Cinfhen Oh good!!! A little Madonna never hurt anyone 💋 2y
Billypar @Blaire It's so good: I'm about halfway through and really enjoying it. I don't pick up British classics very often, and this is not at all what I was expecting. 2y
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I finished this novel last night and i already miss the characters!
And that is how i know it was well worth the read! 🎉🎉

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Clutterbucks_Queen
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Oh what a beautiful read! 🥰
So many surprises and events i didn't expect to happen but i am so glad that it ended, relatively, happily for Margaret and Helen 🥰
I would most definitely read this again in the future!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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I got to chapter 18 of 'Howards End' and realised i hadn't actually been focusing on the book like i should have so i restarted it, and it's been a slow read because of lifes distractions (CHILDREN HAHA) but it's proving worth it!
I'm enjoying this novel very much! I can't wait to read more by E.M Forster! ☺️🥰

Nute Trust me...you will find that it is well worth the read!🙂 2y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Definitely 🖤 2y
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MrsMarks88
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Pickpick

Last months book club read (I‘m a bit behind!) Jumping from dystopia to classic has been challenging but a nice change - I do love a classic! I‘ve enjoyed the themes of femininity and class vs culture that are explored in this one but feel they could‘ve been developed a bit further. I‘ve really enjoyed the characters and how they develop too.

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Billypar
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#BlackIsTheColor #NoFemmeber I asked Rhiannon Giddens to pick out a few selections for a stack the color of her true love's hair. There is a good variety of material here, but happy love stories aren't well-represented (haven't read Howard's End yet, but doesn't sound like it 😀). So, Giddens' tune will have to fill that void, a song that is impossible not to dance to- you can feel her joy in singing about her love, and it is contagious. @Cinfhen

Leftcoastzen She‘s wonderful! I have been to her shows , twice with Carolina Chocolate Drops and twice on her own. (edited) 3y
Billypar That's awesome- I would love to see her live! I only first heard of her after her last album, so I'm going to have to keep an eye out next time she tours. 3y
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Leftcoastzen Love Howard‘s End. 3y
Cinfhen 🖤🖤🖤 3y
rockpools I'm loving your music selection this month! 3y
Billypar @RachelO Thanks- I'm so glad! I'm hoping it's giving a good mix of stuff people like already and new stuff too. 3y
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HotCocoaReads
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Perhaps one of the most brilliantly structured novels I‘ve read. Well written and intriguing and ends just right. I watched the miniseries when I finished and it was great! I highly recommend both!

BarbaraBB Great review! 3y
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sudi
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Book - Howards End
Author - Hermann Hesse
Movie - Halloween Town and Hocus Pocus
Food - Hazelnuts

#LetterH #Manicmonday
 @JoScho

bunny Love those movie choices! And so perfect for fall too. 🎃 3y
JoScho Great choices! Thanks for playing 🖤 3y
sudi Thanks @JoScho 💖 3y
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sudi Thanks @bunny , those movies just get you in Halloween mood 😄🎃 3y
Sharpeipup Love that you picked Halloween Town! 3y
sudi @Sharpeipup 💖💖💖🎃 3y
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Nute
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Two sisters, so very much alike and yet so very different. It is their relationship that propels the story. There is a second family dynamic and though they are the folks of telegrams and industry, the energy of decision making, I found that family unlikeable. It is difficult to fathom how one family can fit inside the other. E.M. Forster captures beauty, intelligence and depth of an artistic soul in the characters of the two sisters.👇🏽

Nute They burst upon the page at the talent of the author, and, oh my, is the author skilled. Some of the passages are as lovely as any well-structured passages I have read, though through the narrator he does digress into unnecessary and lengthy sidebars.👇🏽 (edited) 3y
Nute He pulls a great amount of opinion into the story, but that is necessary to upset placid thinking about the social, economic, materialistic, idealistic, pragmatic, philosophical, cultural, gender and class forces.👇🏽 (edited) 3y
Nute Money, women‘s rights, individual empowerment, economic conditions, political upheavals…it‘s all here. How do we see the world? Is it not the contemplation of art, music and literature and the cultivation of relationships that will always serve to counterbalance the direction and end result of advancing industry and technology?👇🏽

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Nute Maybe it forces one to examine with compromise that money does makes the world go round, but surely we lose some type of spiritual connection if that is our only focus. It is a brilliant novel, ahead of it‘s time, and remaining relevant today. Highly recommended! (edited) 3y
BarbaraBB Wonderful review 💕 3y
erzascarletbookgasm Great review! Stacking! 3y
MoniqueReads305 There is a Booktuber that loves this book. I've never been interested until your review. Stacked! 3y
staci.reads You've convinced me to move this up on my tbr list. 3y
batsy Fantastic review. I love this book so much and you highlight all of its subtle themes. 3y
Nute @MoniqueReads305 Thank you. I watch several Booktubers on a regular basis. I‘ll be on the lookout for one giving accolades for this book...we might have similar taste and favor other books. 3y
Nute @staci.reads I hope you enjoy this book when you read it. Every book speaks to us at the right time. Maybe that time is sooner rather than later for you and Howard‘s End.🙂 3y
Anna40 I loved this book so much in my late teens/early 20s! 3y
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Palimpsest
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I enjoyed this book and felt it was ahead of its time as far as some women‘s and social issues are concerned. I liked the intellectualism as well as still mostly happy outlook on life as this was pre-WWI. I think the theme of this book is connection and also felt the “now” quite strongly. I felt some of the syntax to be muddled or particular to the timeframe and I‘m comfortable reading a range of authors as i have a BA in Eng. but it might be me.

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Nute
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Saturday morning. Still taking my time with this book. I advance a few paragraphs and then regress several pages because life lessons are dripping from every page and I want to saturate my soul.

Cathythoughts Ahh how lovely for you ❤️. Loved the tv series... would love to read the book too (edited) 3y
Bronte_Chintz I loved this book! So correct about the life lessons! 🙌🏻🙌🏻 3y
Nute @Cathythoughts I enjoyed the tv mini series as well. It inspired the reading of the book. 3y
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Nute @Bronte_Chintz I am so happy to read your comment, because this book often draws a mediocre review. Somehow, I am enjoying the aspects that have frustrated other readers. 3y
Bronte_Chintz @Nute I‘ve found the same, I‘ve always adored this book. I know a lot seem to dislike it, but I just think the characters are so well rounded and like you say, so many life lessons. 3y
CarolynM I think it's a wonderful book, so atmospheric and elegiac. 3y
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I don't know if this #novel has the #mostgruesomecrimescene, but it might be the most horrifying to a bookworm. It takes place in a #building and involves more than one #family. #maylovesclassics #litsyclassicshost #oldcoolbooks #catchingup

ReadZenRites Love that cover with the old mansion! 4y
Linsy Lovely! I‘ve never read it, but it‘s now on my TBR! I just watched the Stars adaptation and LOVED it! 👏 4y
batsy Oooh! Great pick. 4y
rubyslippersreads @Linsy I don't have Starz, but I ❤️ the Emma Thompson movie. 4y
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youneverarrived
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Been wanting to read this even more since I read On Beauty a little while ago. #family #maylovesclassics #litsyclassics

Leftcoastzen I remember reading it and liking it. Puts the reader in a different time. 4y
youneverarrived @Leftcoastzen that‘s good to know. Definitely want to read it soon, just have to be in the right mood for a classic. 4y
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Nute
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#ReadingResolutions - Current Book Quote: It is the starved imagination, not the well-nourished, that is afraid.
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Bronte_Chintz
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Another favourite book of mine. #howardsend #emforster #classic

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DebinHawaii
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#QuotsyMay18 #Mother
#ReadingResolutions #Mothers

Purple tulips always remind me of my mom. Happy Mother's Day to all who are celebrating the day themselves or thinking of the mothers in their lives. 💜💜💜

Ddzmini Truth! 😋 4y
ephemeralwaltz 💜💜💜💜 4y
asiriusreader Thank you so much! Happy Mother‘s Day! 4y
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London only stimulates, it cannot sustain.

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Felso
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Starting Howard‘s End while waiting for the second episode on Starz.

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batsy
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LeahBergen 👏🏻👏🏻 4y
TrishB Great pick 👍🏻 4y
Teakillamockingbird Love this book xx 4y
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Cinfhen This is gonna be a day for #BritishClassics 🙌🏻❤️ 4y
Cathythoughts Lovely pic & lovely picture ❤️ 4y
ClairesReads Great edition! 4y
batsy @Cinfhen Yup 💚🏡 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Lovely edition, I like the cover art! 4y
GatheringBooks i haven‘t read this one yet! :) 4y
Mdargusch Such a great photo! 4y
kspenmoll Pretty! 4y
Christine11 Lovely cover and photo! 😊💕 4y
MayJasper #coversublime 😍 lovely photo 4y
Reviewsbylola Beautiful cover! 4y
emilyhaldi Love this photo 😍 4y
rubyslippersreads Perfect pick and pic! 😄 4y
britt_brooke Beautiful! 4y
batsy @britt_brooke Thank you 💚 4y
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Pam.Kokomo
Howards End | E M Forster
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Pickpick

Ended up loving this book. Thanks to Close Reads Podcast for some great conversation about it too.

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Augustdana
Howards End | E M Forster
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So there‘s a new mini series starring Hayley Atwell coming up, and the book description is everything: a strong-willed and intelligent woman refuses to allow the pretentiousness of her husbands smug English family to ruin her life.

batsy Love the book, love the movie! Looking forward to the series :) 4y
quietjenn Ah! I knew there was a new adaptation coming, but didn't realize she was in it! Hooray! Also, I love this book. 😍 4y
Augustdana @batsy @quietjenn it‘s gonna be good!!! 4y
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Lostinagoodbook
Howards End | E M Forster
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Did you guys know this was happening?? I just found out.
Well guess I‘m signing up for Starz. 😁
Plus it‘s Agent Carter guys!
“Only connect.”