Howard's End - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

The Schlegels are eating breakfast with their Aunt Juley when the message arrives. It is from Mr. Wilcox for Meg. He had made arrangements so that the Schlegels could lease his own house on Ducie Street since Meg, Helen, and Tibby are in such a predicament. The note says that Meg must come at once so that they can finalize the arrangement if it pleases her. Not at all sure what her answer will be, Meg takes the train back to London where Mr. Wilcox is waiting for her at the station. During their tour of the house, Mr. Wilcox asks Meg to marry him right in the middle of the drawing room. The proposal would not rank among the world's greatest love scenes but Meg says she would let him know tomorrow and they awkwardly say their goodbyes.

Meg returns to her...

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