Forster's classic recounts the adventures of English tourists who meet in an Italian pensione and follows their intersecting lives when they return to England. With Franklyn-Robbins's narration, listeners can't help but catch Forster's subtle irony and playful humor. Whether you read this classic long ago or have never read it, the advice remains the same. Listen to this audio version. You will be amply rewarded by Franklyn-Robbins's performance of Forster's wickedly funny critique of his people - nineteenth-century, middle- and upper-middle-class Britons - who traveled abroad.
(P)1993 by Recorded Books, Inc.; Cover Art by Karen Hendrickson Sothoron
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