Howard's End - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

It has been two years since Mrs. Wilcox died and Meg is still ignorant of the gift of Howards End. In fact, she and Tibby are in discussion about where to move, as their lease on Wickham Place will expire soon. The owner will be demolishing it and be building flats in its place. The brother and sister bat about different housing options and Meg cannot resist throwing in some sisterly advice to Tibby about taking stock of his career and his life in general. He is in his second year at Oxford and not particularly ambitious or looking forward to joining the real world.

Helen bursts into their discussion with the most amusing story. Some woman has come to their house demanding to see her husband. Of course, he is not there; Helen tries to tell her. However, the woman would not be calmed. His name...

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