Howard's End - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

During the hour train ride north, Aunt Juley thinks about her relationship with her nieces. Their own mother had died when Meg was only nine. Aunt Juley had offered to help with the family, but Meg had said that the family could manage just fine. Then when the girls' father died a few years later, their aunt extended the offer again and was again refused. However, she did manage to intervene as best she could, especially in the matter of their financial investments and future plans.

When Aunt Juley arrives at Hilton, the Howards End train station, she asks the ticket boy if he knows the location of the house. The ticket boy calls out to a young man who just happens to be Mr. Wilcox, who offers to drive Aunt Juley to the house. Aunt Juley is glad of the opportunity to...

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