Rosecrance's presentation is entitled "A Passage to India: The Dominant Voice." McConkey's is "Two Anonymous Writers: E. M. Forster and Anton Chekov." The speakers outline E.M. Forster's literary career and give extensive readings and explications of various passages from his works.
This collection consists of two mimeographed transcripts (original and revised) of the radio broadcast, "E. M. Forster: A Profile,"first compiled and recorded August 11, 1965, and transmitted July 29, 1970.
Consists of correspondence of Edward Morgan Forster with authors, editors, and publishers about his publications and literary figures. Included are also essays, Breaking Up and A Conversation; and two reviews A Mediterranean Problem, D'Annunzio by Tommaso Antongini and The Feast of Tongues, Oscar Wilde by Frank Harris.