E. M. Forster Short Story Manuscript
||E. M. Forster Short Story Manuscript
||0.25 linear feet
||Purchased from Jenkins Company, 1987
||LTM, 7-17-1987; JEF, 2-2-1998; MN, 2-9-2010
||Researchers may use the collections but may not reproduce any of the letters nor make photocopies of them. See Literary Rights.
The literary rights to the E. M. Forster papers are held by King's College, Cambridge. Researchers may use the collections but may not reproduce any of the letters nor make photocopies of them. For permission to quote from, publish or make photocopy the researcher should contact Dr. D. A. Parry, King's College, Cambridge CB2 1ST, England. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publishers to obtain this permission. Scholars and students who plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding the overall restrictions on publication before initial research.
The E. M. Forster Short Story Manuscript contains contain corrections to be entered in the second draft of the long short story “The Other Boat,” originally entitled “Coco,” written in 1956-1957. P. N. Furbank was asked to incorporate these emendations when he typed the second draft for Forster.
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||E. M. Forster Short Story Manuscript Materials
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Series 1 ‒ E. M. Forster Short Story Manuscript Materials
||Contains a note written by P. N. Furbank regarding E. M. Forster's short story “The Other Boat.” He tells how the original name was “Coco.” Furbank also mentions that textual corrections were suggested to him by Forster to incorporate into the second draft.
||Contains the textual corrections E. M. Forster suggested to P. N. Furbank for the second draft of the short story “Coco” (retitled “The Other Boat”).