After how much I was surprised to like A Passage to India by Forster, I was bummed to find A Room with a View rather dull.
-None of the characters were particularly likable.
-Other than challenging some social norms, was anything happening in the book?
-Why were George and Lucy questioning Charlotte's intentions at the end of the book? Could the end at all justify the means? How are we, the reader, supposed to take that in terms of our evaluation of Charlotte, but also George and Lucy?