Howard's End - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Tibby is approaching his last year at Oxford and is studying his Chinese vocabulary when Helen arrives. She tells him that she has just arrived from Oniton where there has been a great deal of trouble. Helen breaks down, tells the story of Henry and the Basts, of Meg's notes, and wonders if he could see the sense in her distress. Tibby is never bothered by much that does not affect him personally but soothes his sister into believing that Helen has every reason to be outraged.

Helen tells him that she is going to Munich, or maybe Bonn, and she wants his help. She wants him to decide if Meg should be told about Henry's past and she also wants him to make sure that the Basts receive an immediate sum of money and then a trust. Tibby agrees but the check...

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