A Room with a View

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Wit and intelligence are the hallmarks of this probing portrait of the English persona. And on this tale of maximum contrasts—in values, social category, and cultural views—an unconventional romantic dating ends up in typical happiness in a satisfying social comedy.

 

While traveling Italy along with her overbearing cousin, well-bred Lucy Honeychurch falls in love with the good-looking however completely flawed George Emerson, best to change into engaged to the haughty Cecil Vyse. But Lucy is lured clear of the conventions of upper-middle-class Edwardian society by means of her yearnings for the clerk she left in the back of. 
A Room with a View satirizes the English perception of respectability—and stays Forster’s maximum liked novel and a twentieth-century vintage.