E.M. Forster Body of Works – Oeuvre

List of books by E.M. Forster

List of Books E.M. Forster with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, E.M. Forster. Find my selection in date order ofE.M. Forster books.

E.M. Forster List of Books to Read

Standalone Novels

Where Angels Fear to Tread        (1905)           

The Longest Journey          (1907)           

A Room with a View           (1908)           

Howards End            (1910)           

The Story of the Siren        (1920)           

A Passage to India  (1924)           

Maurice         (1970)           

Arctic Summer         (1980)           

Omnibus Books

The Celestial Omnibus       (1911)           


The Eternal Moment          (1928)           

Abinger Harvest      (1936)           

Collected Short Stories      (1947)           

The Machine Stops (1947)           

Albergo Empedocle and Other Writings            (1971)           

The Life to Come     (1972)           

The Collected Tales of E. M. Forster       (1986)           

The New Collected Short Stories (1989)           

Non-Fiction Books

Pharos and Pharillon          (1923)           

Aspects of the Novel          (1927)           

What I Believe         (1939)           

Nordic Twilight        (1940)           

The Development of English Prose Between 1918 and 1939           (1945)           

Two Cheers for Democracy          (1951)           

The Hill of Devi         (1953)           

Battersea Rise         (1955)           

Marianne Thornton            (1956)           

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson     (1962)           

Alexandria    (1974)           

Selected Letters of E.M. Forster (1983)           

Selected Letters: 1921-70            (1985)           

List of books by E.M. Forster

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the AuthorE.M. Forster.

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