Howard's End - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Spring comes and Meg is reviewing plans for the new house she and Henry are to build when Dolly comes to see her. The young woman looks vacantly at the plans and tells Meg the reason for her visit; to inform her that Miss Avery is unpacking the Schlegels' belongings, which are in storage there after they moved from Wickham Place months earlier. Meg is outraged at this imposition but sends a gentle note to the woman asking her not to interfere in her things. The only real solution is for Meg to go to Howards End herself and re-pack her own things. Tibby backs out at the last minute and so for the second time in her life Meg enters the house on her own.

Chapter 32 Analysis

Howards End is still pulling at Meg. Even though she and Henry are planning to...

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