Esther Waters: A Realistic Chacter

In Aspects of the Novel, E.M. Forster answers the question: What makes a character real? According to Forster, “it [a character] is real when the novelist knows everything about it” (Forster, pg 77). Esther Waters, the title character in George Moore’s novel, exemplifies a real character in two senses: she meets Forster’s criteria, and more … Read moreEsther Waters: A Realistic Chacter