Howard's End - Study Guide Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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The girls attend a concert with their brother, Tibby, Aunt Juley, some friends from Germany and a companion of Meg's. Each of them is swept away with the music, each in his or her own style. Helen feels sure that Beethoven has imagined goblins that are marching all over the universe, while Meg and Tibby appreciate the craft. Whatever the response, it is sure that the passion of each life becomes more vivid with each note.

Helen leaves the concert hall to wander about wherever the music leads her; and she inadvertently takes the umbrella of Meg's companion. The young man is quite distressed about this and thinks that a petty crime had been perpetrated upon him. Meg tries to calm him, saying that he would surely get his umbrella returned, and that Helen had meant him no harm. However, Helen sees that he is still distressed...

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