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On Forster’s Aesthetic Manifestation of Pattern and Rhythm in His Two Novels

Author: YinJuan
Tutor: ZhangZhenZhong
School: University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: Of love · Mount Foster Schema and rhythm Aesthetic embodied Room with a View Howards
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Edward Morgan Forster (1879-1970), the well-known British novelist and critic, published in 1927, a series of lectures entitled \aspects. Seven surface Schema and rhythm are the novel's aesthetic surface. Foster explained Figure resorting to the the reader aesthetic sense, it makes the reader feel the overall beauty of the novel (Forster, 2002:386). Rhythm when its most simple form, can be defined as \The Schema and rhythm as the artistic skills and criticisms standard helps us to compare the novel, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. Love · Mount Foster lifetime artistic brushstrokes created a total of six novels. However, most reviews novel of love Mount Foster research has focused on the detailed analysis of the trip to India. As Foster two important early works \standard to judge and appreciation. In order to compensate for this deficiency, this paper selected critics concerned about the relatively small number of two novels, \on the novel How to generate in Schema rhythm together beauty, and bring pleasure to the reader. The first chapter of the the love Mount Foster schema and rhythm theory combing and introduced briefly. Chapter II conducted a detailed analysis of the \\sex; novel two secondary characters than the position of Mr. Cobb and Bartlett Miss interchangeable further strengthen the hourglass-shaped symmetry. \Although these two novels take a different schema structure, however, they are to make the reader feel the overall beauty of the novel. Chapter first discuss Foster's simple rhythm \in \but also gives the novel a strong sense of rhythm. The Next chapter Foster I discussed the connection rhythm. The \Through careful study of the the Foster two novels in the style and rhythm, the paper concluded as follows: Foster schema integration and rhythm concepts as the basic structure of skills to novel writing. Schema specified external structure of the novel, it enables the reader to the novel as a whole; rhythm indicates that the internal structure of the novel, and the novel suture from the inside and bring readers a musical aesthetic. Only aware of the art techniques used in these two novels, we can completely depth understanding of Forster's \

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