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{Download Kindle} å The Obelisk ⚟ The Obelisk is a collection of eight powerful stories by Forster that were never published during his lifetime, due to their homosexual content I knew this short story collection was E.M Forster s previously unpublished gay work but I was NOT prepared for HOW GAY this would be My favourite story was The Obelisk although I also really really loved The Other Boat and The Classical Annex is the most absurd fabulous six pages I ve ever read The only story I didn t really like was The Torque it was too weird uncomfortable to read for me. From BBC Radio 4 Extra The Story of the Siren is the first in our series of short fiction by EM Forster It is an unsettling story about a sea nymph and an ill fated young Sicilian The novelist best known for twentieth century classics including A Passage to India, A Room with a View and Maurice was also a prolific writer of short stories In them he explored many of the themes central to his novels, including the morals of the middle classes in the early twentieth century, and his fascinationFrom BBC Radio 4 Extra The Story of the Siren is the first in our series of short fiction by EM Forster It is an unsettling story about a sea nymph and an ill fated young Sicilian The novelist best known for twentieth century classics including A Passage to India, A Room with a View and Maurice was also a prolific writer of short stories In them he explored many of the themes central to his novels, including the morals of the middle classes in the early twentieth century, and his fascination with culture and s of the beguiling South The reader is Dan Stevens.Abridged by Richard Hamilton Produced by Elizabeth Allard. Not Forster at his best Somewhat obsessed with casual homosexual sex, with the exception of the first story, The Obelisk of the title, which is about casual heterosexual sex In its time a bold, if not foolhardy choice of subject matter but has rather lost its power to shock as social s have changed so markedly.