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Television Review

This 'Room' looks on a different view

Elaine Cassidy is Lucy Honeychurch and Rafe Spall is George Emerson in a new 'Masterpiece' adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel 'A Room With a View.' Elaine Cassidy is Lucy Honeychurch and Rafe Spall is George Emerson in a new "Masterpiece" adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel "A Room With a View." (Sophie molins/iwc media for masterpiece)
By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / April 12, 2008

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Most of the classic British novelists buried "impolite" topics below the surface. By oh-so-slightly indicating but not speaking about realities such as same-sex attraction, the authors - intentionally or not - conveyed the sense of a society teetering on the unspoken. (Full article: 495 words)

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