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3. In which novel by E.M. Forster does this character appear?

Cecil Vyse does not love Lucy for who she actually is but instead sees her through an idealized artistic lens. Luckily, Lucy realizes this before they tie the knot.

Cecil Vyse does not love Lucy for who she actually is, but instead, he sees her through an idealized artistic lens. Luckily, Lucy realizes this before they tie the knot.

Cecil Vyse does not love Lucy for who she actually is, but instead, he sees her through an idealized artistic lens. Luckily, Lucy realizes this before they tie the knot.

Cecil Vyse does not love Lucy for who she actually is, but instead, he sees her through an idealized artistic lens. Luckily, Lucy realizes this before they tie the knot.

A pretentious and dislikable man, this character is engaged to the novel's heroine. This character looks down on almost everyone else in the town where the heroine lives, including her family members. Because he is good for nothing but intellectual pursuits, the heroine eventually realizes that he is the wrong man for her. 

Howards End

 

A Passage to India

 

A Room with a View

 

Maurice

 
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