Howard's End - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Aunt Juley is sick and Meg and Tibby rush to the old woman's bedside. A message is sent to Helen who is still abroad and she replies that she is coming. Aunt Juley talks of the things Meg should do, what Tibby should eat, and other things that probably go with the thoughts of the dying. However, Aunt Juley does not die. That is mixed news for Meg who loves her dear aunt but now has to decide what to tell Helen. If she tells her the truth, that Aunt Juley is much improved; Helen will not come. However, if Meg lets her think that Aunt Juley is still failing, Helen will come and they can have a chance to reconcile. She sends the note, indicating that their aunt has rallied and Helen replies that she wants to know where their furniture is...

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