Howard's End - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

Miss Avery is at Howards End when Meg arrives and she is a little unnerved when she sees her own umbrella stand in the entry. However, that reaction pales when Miss Avery draws back the curtain and there are all the contents of Meg's library from Wickham Place. The carpet is laid, all the furniture is in place, even Meg's father's sword has been removed from its scabbard and hangs on the wall. Meg protests that this is not their intention; that she and Henry are not going to live in this house. However, Miss Avery declares that the house has been empty long enough. Before long, she has led Meg through the entire house, which is now outfitted with Meg's furnishings and belongings. Meg has to tell the old woman that the things need to be re-packed and that she will be...

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