Once again, E. M. Forster delivers a Victorian era story about duty against feelings and social pressures. A Room with a View is a masterpiece and a study of another time. A hard to put down novel. THIS CLASSIC WORK IS REFORMATTED AND CAREFULLY REPRODUCED. It was not reproduced in a hurry from an old photocopy. Some reviews that may appear on Amazon reflect other editions of this book. To avoid buying a poor quality classic, always inspect its sample pages once they are available on Amazon.com. Sometimes you may need to click on a Kindle version before clicking on the print version. In case they do not appear initially, wait for a up to three days and they will. If they are still unavailable, consider buying a different book that offers a preview. Another sign to look for is "full justification" of lines: all the lines in a paragraph must have the same length, except for the last one, like the text columns in a newspaper. If they have a "rugged" look, the printing is bellow par. However, some people prefer the rugged look. Just make sure you know what you are buying. Finally, words at the end of sentences are rarely hyphened in this version. It is nearly hyphenation free.