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Howard's End - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

Oniton fascinates Meg. The house is insignificant though; it is the prospect of the eternal joy that would come from it that she was in love with. Meg has already started to meet some of the notables in the local town and knows that she would also get Henry to love the life here as much as she does.

However, to the immediate matter at hand, Evie is being married today. The servants are scurrying, the wine cellar relieved of some precious contents, and all the flowers are overflowing. The actual ceremony seems a bit low key and the wedding breakfast is lovely and perfect; but Meg decides that hers will be so much more grand and perfect in its own way.

Soon it comes time for the guests to leave and Meg and Henry are left to themselves for a short time. That is when they...

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