The Forster mss., 1920-1935, consist of correspondence of Edward Morgan Forster, 1879-1970, novelist, 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. Among the correspondents are Sibyl Colefax, E. M. Gilpin, and Ellery Sedwick.
Collection size: 37 items
Related manuscripts: Forster mss. II