Howard's End - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Evie hears of her father's engagement when she is at a tennis tournament and her play is simply horrible. That Evie should marry and leave her father would be natural; that he should do the same seems deceitful. Her only recourse, in her mind, is to move up her wedding date from September to August and somehow all the gifts she has started to receive puts her in a much better mood.

Therefore, the wedding party all boards the train for the trip to Oniton, one of Mr. Wilcox's homes, where Evie's wedding will take place. Charles and two others are driving so that they will have cars at their disposal but they do not want the ladies to have to ride in them for the whole journey. It is a pleasant enough trip and rather uneventful until they had all departed the...

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