Howard's End - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

Aunt Juley, Helen, Tibby are giving their cousin Frieda a tour of the valley, the hills and the coast of their England. Aunt Juley's home was in this part of the island and the Schlegels adore visiting her and now especially love sharing it with their German cousin. As the cousins look over the vista, they catch sight of Meg's train returning from her quick trip into London. Tibby is waiting for her at the station and he will bring Meg and a tea basket to meet the others just as soon as he can gather her at the station.

As soon as they see Meg, they begin calling out asking if she took the house. It is all a bit of a mystery she replies, as she wants them all together when she tells them of Mr. Wilcox's proposal of marriage. Helen...

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