Howard's End - Chapter 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 40 Summary

Helen and Meg are indeed going to spend the night at Howards End. This will be Helen's evening, won at what cost Meg did not know just yet. They talk about so many things; of Meg's sorrow that she had written those two notes to Helen and Mr. Bast; how Helen's feelings of empathy for Mr. Bast had developed into something much more; how Helen still could not find it in her heart to like Henry. Then Helen surprises Meg by asking her to come back to Germany with her. Meg thinks for a few minutes of how she has grown to love England in the past year and she would be sorrowful to leave it. On the other hand, Meg wonders what good it would be to stay with Henry and all his blubbering and outbursts for the rest of his days...

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