Ending 4 – from a British novel published in 1908

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Helena Bonham-Carter and Julian Sands in the 1986 film
based on E. M. Forster‘s novel A Room with a View

“It is impossible,” murmured Lucy, and then, remembering the experiences of her own heart, she said: “No – it is just possible.”

Youth enwrapped them; the song of Phaeton announced passion requited, love attained. But they were conscious of a love more mysterious than this. The song died away; they heard the river, bearing down the snows of winter into the Mediterranean.

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About James Steerforth

I am an author of poetry and fiction, translator and painter who loves to have fun with borrowed feathers.
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2 Responses to Ending 4 – from a British novel published in 1908

  1. maryt says:

    Okay James this is the ending of “A Room With a View” Loved it. Taught it to my classes.

    My blog “Advanced Poetry Management” http://mypoetry.wordpress.com

  2. Right again! What a precious gem of a little novel.

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