In terms of form and content, what identifies "The Other Boat" by EM Forster as a post-modernist work of prose?
The question of identity, in particular sexual identity and status as the other is a major theme in this story.When Lionel gives in to his homosexual desires with Cocoanut, he is forever changed. He has broken out from the constraints thrust upon him by a society that views same sex erotic love as unnatural, and he is forced to confront not only the fact that he has defied the natural order as it previously existed within his...
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