Howard's End - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Henry, of course, will release Meg from the engagement after the news of his indiscretion. Meg hates to see him hiding behind yet one more emotional fortress and tells him sincerely that that is not necessary; he is forgiven. Her plan now is never to mention it again. Henry cannot believe his good fortune in finding this woman and his life lifts as he projects forward, and although any gossip resulting from the incident would be unpleasant, he would manage it and even prosecute the Bast woman if it should ever come to that.

Meg has gone to the hotel to see Helen but finds out that she and the Basts have already left: Helen very early and the Basts just a short while ago. Meg can only imagine that Helen has heard about Henry's indiscretion and took leave of the hotel at...

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