This volume of interviews and recollections offers a wide view of E.M. Forster's character as observed and remembered by college associates, close friends, chance acquaintances and fellow writers. These 46 pieces, some published for the first time, variously reveal facets of his private and public personalities: Forster the subtle analyst of middle-class England, the spokesman for liberal causes and humane values, the Cambridge insider and the committed friend. Included is a chronology of the main events in Forster's life. The editor of this volume, J.H. Stape, is the author of "E.M. Forster: A Chronology" and co-author of "Angus Wilson: A Bibliography, 1947-87".