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Introduction - Edward Morgan Forster and his Italian novels 11. 1. Symbolic systems in the works of E. M. Forster. presentation of the symbolic level of the Italian novels. Any narrow definition would. only lead to leaving out a vital part of these symbolic systems.

Introduction - Edward Morgan Forster and his Italian novels 11. a theoretical approach. Forster's interest lies in such a placing of his symbolism within the text which. would create a music-like effect which he calls "rhythms".

The Author: Krzysztof Fordoński, born in 1970, studied at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań and University .

The Author: Krzysztof Fordoński, born in 1970, studied at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań and University College Galway. in English studies in 1994 and his P. in 2002 at the Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań. His main fields of interest are English literature at the turn of the 19th and 20th century, literary translation and history of England. The author published an anthology of English literature in 1999, a monograph of the American novelist William Wharton in 2004, and numerous scholarly articles

A further part of the study concentrates on the issue of spatial symbolism.

A further part of the study concentrates on the issue of spatial symbolism. The symbolism of the Italian novels A Room with a View and Where Angels Fear to Tread is presented as an artistic means for the introduction of social issues especially important for the writer, as well as a method of concealed presentation of issues which for social and personal reasons Forster could not include openly in his works such as homosexuality.

This study presents the formative period of the English novelist E. Forster (1879-1970) with a special stress on the usage of symbolism in his early fiction. The book offers a new approach to Forster’s symbolism derived from the theoretical studies of Michael Riffaterre and his concept of symbolic systems – subtext and syllepsis. The author presents the most important symbols as used in the discussed novels and their usage in Forster’s later works. A further part of the study concentrates on the issue of spatial symbolism

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CURRICULUM VITAE Krzysztof Fordoński Personal details Full name: FORDOŃSKI, Krzysztof Andrzej . 2002 PhD (Humanities – Literary Studies) The Symbolic Systems in the Italian Novels of Edward Morgan Forster.

CURRICULUM VITAE Krzysztof Fordoński Personal details Full name: FORDOŃSKI, Krzysztof Andrzej e-mail: . [email protected] pl Date and place of birth: 1. 8. 1970, Turek, Poland Qualifications 1994 Master of Arts (English Studies) The Serious and Tragic Element in the Early Novels of John Braine. Institute of English Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. Faculty of Modern Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.

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Krzysztof Fordonski, born in 1970, studied at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan and University College Galway. He gained his MA in English studies in 1994, P. in 2002 at the Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan and . itt. in 2013 at the University of Warsaw. Assistant Professor at the Department of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw. The Symbolic Systems of the Italian Novels of Edward Morgan Forster.

The Symbolic Systems Of The Italian Novels Of Edward Morgan Forster (Europaische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XIV, Angelsachsische Sprache Und Literatur, Bd. 41. by KRZYSZTOF FORDONSKI. Published February 3, 2005 by Peter Lang Publishing.

This study presents the formative period of the English novelist E. M. Forster (1879-1970) with a special stress on the usage of symbolism in his early fiction. The book offers a new approach to Forster's symbolism derived from the theoretical studies of Michael Riffaterre and his concept of symbolic systems - subtext and syllepsis. The author presents the most important symbols as used in the discussed novels and their usage in Forster's later works. A further part of the study concentrates on the issue of spatial symbolism. The symbolism of the Italian novels A Room with a View and Where Angels Fear to Tread is presented as an artistic means for the introduction of social issues especially important for the writer, as well as a method of concealed presentation of issues which for social and personal reasons Forster could not include openly in his works such as homosexuality.