Howard's End - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Meg and Henry marry. The wedding is much simpler than she had originally intended, but due to recent circumstances, it seems the best course. Besides, what is important is the marriage, not the wedding. Meg has seen into her husband's past as well as his heart and she loves him. They spend their honeymoon near Innsbruck where she hopes to run into Helen at some point, but that never happens.

Meg and Henry settle into domestic life, once Meg got over her disappointment that Henry had leased Oniton, which she absolutely adored. He convinces her that they should sit out the winter in the house on Ducie St. and find something more permanent just for them in the spring. She falls into the routine of managing the house and the servants and gives little thought to her old discussion groups and friends from those days. Perhaps Meg...

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