Howard's End - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Charles has just scolded Dolly for matchmaking his sister and her uncle. That leaves his father, Henry, to fend for himself and now he has gone off and proposed marriage to one of the Schlegels. Charles knows that the Schlegels are determined to get Howards End some way. Heaven only knows what Paul will say when he finds out! Finally, Charles runs out of steam and he and Dolly sit with their two children and one on the way. Nature is turning out Wilcoxes in this peaceful abode so that they may inherit the earth.

Chapter 21 Analysis

Charles has received his father's letter and suspects that there is more to this marriage proposal than meets the eye, having always been suspicious of the Schlegels. But maybe Charles is worried that Meg Schlegel will soon find out that Howards End was left to her by the Wilcox's own...

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