Raised by his mother and aunts, E.M. Forster attended England's Tonbridge School before enrolling at the University of Cambridge. His novel Howards End brought him great acclaim, and he went on to publish A Passage to India and A Room With A View, among other literary works. Forster's themes reflect the shift in morals and viewpoints from the Victorian era to the 20th century.
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