||This article reveals Forster's views on the cinema, arguing his perspective was clearly not an immutable one; over time he either amended or eliminated certain impressions, although some re-emerged later. Primary works written by Forster open the study, to develop his ideas about stage and screen at specific times. The second section draws from existing biographies and commentaries and includes correspondence of Forster's colleagues and friends who were involved in the industry. Thus, a clearer picture of Forster's views on film emerges than a single passage or excerpt might provide, further revealing the ongoing shift/stasis of his position.
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||Links & Letters, N. 6 (1999) , p. 35-41, ISSN 1133-7397