Identidade e Morte em “The Life to Come” e “The Other Boat” de E. M. Forster

Revista e-scrita : Revista do Curso de Letras da UNIABEU. 2010;1(3):66-77

 

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Journal Title: Revista e-scrita : Revista do Curso de Letras da UNIABEU

ISSN: 2177-6288 (Print)

Publisher: UNIABEU

Society/Institution: UNIABEU

LCC Subject Category: Language and Literature: Philology. Linguistics: Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar

Country of publisher: Brazil

Language of fulltext: Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, English

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Isabel Fernandes Silva

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Time From Submission to Publication: 53 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

This paper aims to analyze two short stories by Edward Morgan Forster in terms of how identity, and in particular sexual identity, is disguised and/or hidden due to social conventions. The main characters, British young men on their way to or already living in the East, are unable to accept and express their innermost Self and resort to death as the only means of living a full and true life.