Howard's End Fun Activities

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Letter Writing Exercise

Write a letter addressed to a family member describing a place you've been and people you've visited, similar to how Helen does in the beginning of Howards End. You can pick a place that is familiar to you, such as your grandparents' house, or a place that was completely new when you went there, such as a summer camp or a friend's house.

Life is Improved by Poetry

The Schlegels often insist in the novel that their life is made better because of poetry, which they use as a symbol for culture in general. Write a brief essay describing a poem, film, song, or another work of art or culture you think has enriched your life and explain why this work is important to you.

Personal Relationships

In Howards End, the Schlegels often insist that it is personal relationships that separate them from people like...

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