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The events of A Room with a View are described by a third-person omniscient narrator. The narrator achieves a delicate balancing act by remaining objective while relaying intimate character details.
E.M. Forster's A Room with a View is written in the past tense.
In A Room with a View, Lucy Honeychurch longs for a hotel room with a view of the Arno River rather than a courtyard. This yearning represents a larger desire in Lucy's life to live with excitement rather than predictability.
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