Howard's End - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Helen and Aunt Juley return home to Wickham Place in a state of collapse but after a few days, they have gained some perspective. In the future Aunt Juley would refer to the incident as "the one time I really did help Emily's girls was over the Wilcox business."

The truth of the whole incident is that Helen had fallen in love, not with an individual, but with a family. Helen adored spending the days in their outside sports and sleeping under their roof at night and even started to alter her socialist views to fit into their capitalist ones. Helen was enthralled, and she hoped Paul would be her way of becoming a part of the Wilcox family.

It seemed as if Paul was agreeable to it, too, and they found themselves together one night when he kissed her and told her...

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