Howard's End - Study Guide Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Therefore, the day comes for the confrontation with Helen at Howards End. Meg and Henry stop on the way to pick up a doctor who specializes in nervous disorders. He might be needed on site if the situation turns drastic. When they pull up, Miss Avery is standing in the yard and there is Helen on the porch with her back to the road. Meg jumps out of the car, runs to her and immediately sees that her sister is pregnant. Meg ushers Helen into the house and yells to Henry that everything is all right.

Chapter 35 Analysis

The secret of Helen's mysterious departure for eight months now makes sense. She was not mad at all, just an unmarried woman evasive with her family who would not understand the circumstances or relationship that created her awkward situation. We sense Meg's tenderness, though, and hope that she will...

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