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The story of a young and affluent middle-class girl, Lucy Honeychurch is wooed by George Emerson and Cecil Vyse whilst vacationing in Italy. Though attracted to George, Lucy becomes engaged to Cecil despite twice turning down his proposals. On hearing of the news, George confesses his love, leaving Lucy torn between marrying the more socially acceptable Cecil, or George, the man she knows would bring her true happiness.
In this piece of social comedy, E. M. Forster is concerned with one of his favourite themes: the 'undeveloped heart' of the English middle classes, who are here represented by a group of tourists and expatriates in Florence.
One of Forster's most admired works, here brought vividly to life by narrator Joanna David, it is a classic tale of human struggles. Should Lucy choose social acceptance or true love? Forster's disapproval of the restrictive conventions of British society are mirrored in the novel through his strong observation of character and society.
A Room with a View was ranked 79th on the Modern Library's list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century.
Joanna has an extensive array of credits over stage, film and television. Her first major television role was in BBC's 1971 Sense and Sensibility followed a year later by War and Peace, then the BBC adaption of Ballet Shoes. Her more recent television appearances include The Living and the Dead, Death In Paradise and Downton Abbey. She has worked with many great film directors, for example, Woody Allen on You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger in 2010. Her more recent film work includes Another Mother's Son and The Boy with the Topknot . Joanna is vice-president of Theatrical Guild.
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