Reader's note

She hastened after her cousin, who had already disappeared through the curtains—curtains which smote one in the face, and seemed heavy with more than cloth. Beyond them stood the unreliable Signora, bowing good-evening to her guests, and supported by ‘Enery, her little boy, and Victorier, her daughter. It made a curious little scene, this attempt of the Cockney to convey the grace and geniality of the South. And even more curious was the drawing-room, which attempted to rival the solid comfort of a Bloomsbury boarding-house...this class-based comedy has had many adaptations and still gets mentioned in episodes of 'The Office'. Add this one to your collection to find out what they're still talking about!

E. M. Forster's A Room With A View Penguin Modern Classics Edition 1976

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Title: A Room With A View

Author: E. M. Forster

Publisher: Penguin

Publication Date: 1976

Format: Softcover

This book is in good condition for its age. The covers are worn, the pages are yellowing and there is a small inscription on the free endpaper.

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