Howard's End - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

As it turns out, the old woman is Miss Avery, one of the crew at the farm. She had assumed that Meg knew that she herself had brought the keys up to Howards End because they are laying in the entry way. Henry apologizes for Meg's fear and passes Miss Avery's behavior off as that of an old maid who is uneducated in the social graces.

Henry is able to give Meg a proper tour when he returns and points out the stories of the owners of the adjoining properties. Meg finally starts to realize her love for England, starting with Howards End. "An unexpected love of the island awoke in her, connecting on this side with the joys of the flesh, on that with the inconceivable. Helen and her father had known this love, poor Leonard Bast was groping after it but...

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