Wichita State University - Special Collections and University Archives
The E.M. Forster Collection contains correspondence written to Siegfried Sassoon and covers a span of 41 years from 1918-1959. Most of the letters were written in 1923. The letters discuss diverse topics including personal philosophical views, books and other material being read, literary criticism of Sassoon's work, Sassoon's criticism of Forester's works, Forester's ideas on writing
Washington State University - Holland Library
Mimeographed transcripts (original and revised) of radio broadcast first compiled and recorded August 11, 1965, and transmitted July 29, 1970. Broadcast version includes commentary by William Plomer, Leonard Woolf, Professor Sprott, Patrick Wilkinson and Joe Ackerly, concerning the life and career of E.M. Forster. Radio program compiled and narrated by Frederick Laws and produced and edited by Robert Pocock
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Works Series contains several holograph drafts of essays on topics ranging from liberty to tolerance, and three holograph manuscripts of A Passage to India, two of which are fairly complete and are extensively edited by the author, while the third is composed primarily of earlier draft material and represents about one-third of the novel's length. Also contained in the collection is a copy of The Longest Journey on microfilm
McMaster University - Mills Memorial Library
The collection consists of letters to Reginald Popham Nicholson (1874-1950) and his wife, Mary Elinor Nicholson
New York Public Library
This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts and correspondence by and about the author The manuscripts include a holograph poem, an essay on Virginia Woolf, and drafts of essays. There are manuscripts by Joe Randolph Ackerley, William Plomer, and others relating to the author. The correspondence includes letters by the author, dating from [1904] to 1969, to Edward Arnold? Arnold Bennett, Ford Madox Ford, Elizabeth Hart, Sir Edward Howard Marsh, Edward Sackville-West, the Society of Authors, Leonard Woolf, Virginia Woolf, and others. Also included are letters relating to the author, dating from 1904-1960, between various correspondents including Sir Edward Howard Marsh, Leonard Woolf, Virginia Woolf, and others
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Handwritten letter, 26 July 1951, from E.M. Forster to Lorraine Wechsler, regarding "A Passage to India" and suggested reading material; and transcription, 15 May 2003
Columbia University
E.M. Forster's Christmas cards to Melville Henry Crane, n.d., and his letters to Walter D'Arcy Cresswell, 1936, and Duncan Grant, 1968. Also, a manuscript of Forster's review of G.M. Trevelyan's A LAYMAN'S LOVE, 1954; a mimeographed typescript of Robert Pocock's radio script, "E.M. Forster : A Profile," 1965, and photographs of Forster
Wichita State University - Special Collections and University Archives
This collection includes textual corrections to a draft of Forster's "The Other Boat" (originally titled "Coco"). P.N. Furbank was asked to incorporate these changes when he typed the second draft
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
Foster writes to Amy Randall, 26 June 1932, about his visit to KrakoĢw, Poland; postcard to Margaret Greig, editor of The gale, 13 April 1949, that he knows too little about Goethe to write an article
Stanford University


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