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March 30, 2010
Leonard Bast’s Adventure: “Looking for a Real Home”
The title of the
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It is not a controversial statement to say that E.M. Forster’s Leonard Bast, the aspiring,
Book titles are
Cockney clerk of Howard’s End, is the least successfully rendered major character
in both the text of the
paper and in the Works
Cited list. in the novel. As the novel is concerned with the social realities of its day, it would seem
that the failure to convince readers of the reality of Leonard Bast is a serious flaw,
although Forster deserves some credit for making the attempt. Margaret and Helen
Schlegel’s efforts to establish a friendship with Leonard Bast despite