Howard's End - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Henry Wilcox is admittedly a man who does not bother about his emotions and it is in just this area that Meg intends to help him. If Henry could just connect the everyday prose and the deep passion, both would be elevated and their love would be seen at its height. Meg plans to deliver the message in quiet ways and their life would start to build beautifully.

However, so far, Meg is failing; she had not counted on his obtuseness. Henry simply does not notice things. It does not matter that Meg tries to help him; Henry calls her clever but his motto in life is to concentrate. Therefore, when Meg announces that she had received a letter that morning from Mr. Bast, Henry essentially ignores her and says he has had a letter as well about Howards End. Henry's tenant wants...

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