Howard's End - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

Meg bolts the door and the two sisters are face to face. Meg apologizes for the scene but explains that they had thought Helen might be ill. Helen explains that she had to leave England, that her circumstances would never be accepted in their old life. She lives now with an Italian woman named Monica, a feminist who seems to have helped Helen make sense of her life and stick to her plans.

The longer they sit and talk, the more comfortable the sisters become, and the house seems as if it is theirs. All their furnishings are there and the warm feelings between the two prompt Helen to suggest that the two of them spend the night there before she leaves for Germany in the morning. Meg needs to ask Henry, which of course annoys Helen, but she leaves to get his...

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