Howard's End - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

The notes from Margaret are very abrupt. To Mr. Bast, she says that unfortunately Mr. Wilcox has no position to offer him at this time. To Helen, that the Basts are no good and that she should leave the hotel, come back to Oniton for the night, and that Meg may go to see the Basts in the morning to see if there is anything she can do.

Meg determines that Henry's degradation changes everything. It is imperative that Helen and Mrs. Bast never speak again so that his indiscretion will not be revealed to her sister. In addition, at the bottom of Meg's heart is pity. Henry must be forgiven and made better by love. Nothing else matters, and she sleeps and wakes for the second time in her new home.

Chapter 28 Analysis

Meg's sense of propriety is still at the forefront...

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