Howard's End

What is the main conflict in Howard's End by E. M. Forster?

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Like all of Forster's early novels, Howards End concerns itself with Edwardian society. As a member of the upper-middle class, Forster had keen insight into its attitudes and social mores, which he expertly rendered in Howards End.