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The story was adapted by Creator/MerchantIvory into an award-winning 1985 film starring Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Julian Sands, Creator/MaggieSmith, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/DanielDayLewis. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.

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The story was adapted by Creator/MerchantIvory into an award-winning 1985 film starring Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Julian Sands, Creator/JulianSands, Creator/MaggieSmith, Creator/JudiDench, Creator/DenholmElliott and Creator/DanielDayLewis. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.


The story has been adapted by Merchant Ivory into an award-winning 1985 film starring Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Julian Sands, Creator/MaggieSmith, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/DanielDayLewis. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.

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The story has been was adapted by Merchant Ivory Creator/MerchantIvory into an award-winning 1985 film starring Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Julian Sands, Creator/MaggieSmith, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/DanielDayLewis. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.


''A Room With A View'' is a 1908 novel written by Creator/EMForster.

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''A Room With A with a View'' is a 1908 novel written by Creator/EMForster.



!!''A Room With A View'' contains examples of the following tropes:

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!!''A Room With A with a View'' contains examples of the following tropes:


''A Room With A View'' is a 1908 novel written by E. M. Forster.

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''A Room With A View'' is a 1908 novel written by E. M. Forster.Creator/EMForster.


The story has been adapted by Merchant Ivory into an award-winning 1985 film starring HelenaBonhamCarter. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.

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The story has been adapted by Merchant Ivory into an award-winning 1985 film starring HelenaBonhamCarter.Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Julian Sands, Creator/MaggieSmith, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/DanielDayLewis. It has also been made into a stage play, a BBC radio series, and a 2007 film.



* RomanticRunnerUp: Cecil Vyse. Lucy finds him to be stuffy and boring, as much as she tries to convince herself otherwise; she discovers that [[spoiler:she has been in love with George Emerson the whole time.]]

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* RomanticRunnerUp: Cecil Vyse. Lucy finds him to be stuffy and boring, as much as she tries to convince herself otherwise; she discovers that [[spoiler:she she has been in love with George Emerson the whole time.]]


'''''A Room With A View''''' is a 1908 novel written by E. M. Forster.

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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The 2007 film substitutes its own epilogue for Forster's, having [[spoiler:George [[HappyEndingOverride die in the First World War.]]]]
* BettyAndVeronicaSwitch: A gender-flipped example. Progressive and unconventional George Emerson is initially the Veronica; he kisses Lucy passionately without any of the "proper" courtship that Cecil Vyse (the initial Betty) goes through. [[spoiler:However, George turns out to be the suitor who is far more suited to Lucy and more considerate of what ''she'' wants.]]

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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The 2007 film substitutes its own epilogue for Forster's, having [[spoiler:George George [[HappyEndingOverride die in the First World War.]]]]
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* BettyAndVeronicaSwitch: A gender-flipped example. Progressive and unconventional George Emerson is initially the Veronica; he kisses Lucy passionately without any of the "proper" courtship that Cecil Vyse (the initial Betty) goes through. [[spoiler:However, However, George turns out to be the suitor who is far more suited to Lucy and more considerate of what ''she'' wants.]]



* BrutalHonesty: A trait of Mr. Emerson, as described in the very first chapter. It plays a crucial role near the end of the story when Mr. Emerson delivers a long and impassioned speech to Lucy about [[spoiler:how obvious it is that she loves his son George and is in denial of it]]; he is willing to shock and upset her to an extreme so that she will wake up to herself.

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* BrutalHonesty: A trait of Mr. Emerson, as described in the very first chapter. It plays a crucial role near the end of the story when Mr. Emerson delivers a long and impassioned speech to Lucy about [[spoiler:how how obvious it is that she loves his son George and is in denial of it]]; it; he is willing to shock and upset her to an extreme so that she will wake up to herself.



* DeathByAdaptation: The 2007 film kills off [[spoiler:George Emerson]] in the epilogue.
* DisposableFiance: Cecil Vyse is somewhere between the Minor Flaws and Bland Perfection subtypes. His obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]
* FirstGirlWins: Gender-flipped; Lucy met George first during her time in Italy, and [[spoiler:ends up with him.]]

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* DeathByAdaptation: The 2007 film kills off [[spoiler:George Emerson]] George Emerson in the epilogue.
* DisposableFiance: Cecil Vyse is somewhere between the Minor Flaws and Bland Perfection subtypes. His obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]
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* FirstGirlWins: Gender-flipped; Lucy met George first during her time in Italy, and [[spoiler:ends ends up with him.]]



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Cecil Vyse suggests that the Emersons move into the cottage nearby, as a way to stick it to the landlord. [[spoiler:This action ends up bringing George and Lucy together, eventually leading Lucy to break off her engagement to Cecil.]]

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Cecil Vyse suggests that the Emersons move into the cottage nearby, as a way to stick it to the landlord. [[spoiler:This This action ends up bringing George and Lucy together, eventually leading Lucy to break off her engagement to Cecil.]]



* LoveEpiphany: When Lucy is preparing to flee to Greece after breaking off her engagement with Cecil, she runs into Mr. Emerson, who helps her to realise that [[spoiler:she has been in love with his son George the whole time, and that her proposed flight was a way to flee from her own feelings.]]
* MatronChaperone: Charlotte Bartlett is this to Lucy Honeychurch during their travels through Italy; she steps in to end the intimacy after George kisses Lucy in the violet field. [[spoiler:Lucy finds out that Charlotte told the novelist Eleanor Lavish of the kiss, when Cecil reads aloud a suspiciously similar scene from a romance novel by Miss Lavish.]]

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* LoveEpiphany: When Lucy is preparing to flee to Greece after breaking off her engagement with Cecil, she runs into Mr. Emerson, who helps her to realise that [[spoiler:she she has been in love with his son George the whole time, and that her proposed flight was a way to flee from her own feelings.]]
feelings.
* MatronChaperone: Charlotte Bartlett is this to Lucy Honeychurch during their travels through Italy; she steps in to end the intimacy after George kisses Lucy in the violet field. [[spoiler:Lucy Lucy finds out that Charlotte told the novelist Eleanor Lavish of the kiss, when Cecil reads aloud a suspiciously similar scene from a romance novel by Miss Lavish.]]


!!''A Room With A View'' contains exampls of the following tropes:

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!!''A Room With A View'' contains exampls examples of the following tropes:



* DisposableFiance: Cecil Vyse is of the "Minor Flaws" subtype, although his obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]

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* DisposableFiance: Cecil Vyse is of somewhere between the "Minor Flaws" subtype, although his Minor Flaws and Bland Perfection subtypes. His obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]


* DisposableFiancee: Cecil Vyse is of the "Minor Flaws" subtype, although his obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]

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* DisposableFiancee: DisposableFiance: Cecil Vyse is of the "Minor Flaws" subtype, although his obnoxious "minor" flaws are warning signs that he would [[spoiler:see Lucy more as a possession than a person in her own right, as George points out.]]


* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Cecil Vyse brings the Emersons move into the cottage nearby, as a way to stick it to the landlord. [[spoiler:This action ends up bringing George and Lucy together, eventually leading Lucy to break off her engagement to Cecil.]]

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Cecil Vyse brings suggests that the Emersons move into the cottage nearby, as a way to stick it to the landlord. [[spoiler:This action ends up bringing George and Lucy together, eventually leading Lucy to break off her engagement to Cecil.]]


* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The 2007 film substitutes its own epilogue for Forster's, having [[spoiler:George [[HappyEndingOverride die in the First World War.]]]]



* HappyEndingOverride: The 2007 film substitutes its own epilogue for Forster's, having [[spoiler:George die in the First World War.]]


* FirstGirlWins: Gender-flipped; Lucy met George first during her time in Italy, and ends up with him.

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* FirstGirlWins: Gender-flipped; Lucy met George first during her time in Italy, and ends [[spoiler:ends up with him. him.]]


* OutdoorBathPeeping: An example in which it is the ''men'' (Freddy, George and Mr. Beebe) bathing when Lucy, her mother and Cecil accidentally come upon them.

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* OutdoorBathPeeping: An accidental example in which it is the ''men'' (Freddy, George (George, Freddy and Mr. Beebe) bathing in a pond when Lucy, her mother and Cecil accidentally come upon them.


* ContrivedCoincidence: When the Emersons run into Cecil, who suggests that they move into a cottage near to where Lucy Honeychurch lives, unaware that they know each other.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: When the Emersons run into Cecil, who Cecil by chance, he suggests that they move into a cottage near to where Lucy Honeychurch lives, unaware that they know each other.


* BrutalHonesty: A trait of Mr. Emerson, as described in the very first chapter. It plays a crucial role near the end of the story, when Mr. Emerson delivers a long and impassioned speech to Lucy about [[spoiler:how obvious it is that she loves his son George and in denial]], not caring how much he has to shock and upset her to get her to wake up to herself.

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* BrutalHonesty: A trait of Mr. Emerson, as described in the very first chapter. It plays a crucial role near the end of the story, story when Mr. Emerson delivers a long and impassioned speech to Lucy about [[spoiler:how obvious it is that she loves his son George and is in denial]], not caring how much denial of it]]; he has is willing to shock and upset her to get her to an extreme so that she will wake up to herself.


* BrutalHonesty: A trait of Mr. Emerson, as described in the very first chapter. It plays a crucial role near the end of the story, when Mr. Emerson delivers a long and impassioned speech to Lucy about [[spoiler:how obvious it is that she loves his son George and in denial]], not caring how much he has to shock and upset her to get her to wake up to herself.



* CulturalRebel: Both Emerson men embrace forward-thinking ideals that are at odds with the Edwardian society around them, and have a disregard for the way things are done conventionally. In the 2007 film, George Emerson tells Lucy that his father is an atheist and a socialist.

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* CulturalRebel: Both Emerson men embrace forward-thinking ideals that are at odds with the Edwardian society around them, and have a disregard for the way things are done conventionally. In the 2007 film, George Mr. Emerson tells Lucy that his father senior is stated to be a socialist, as well as an atheist and a socialist.atheist.

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