Howard's End - Study Guide Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

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To say that Leonard is wracked with remorse from his indiscretion with Helen would be a gross understatement. He carries his guilt with him and it invades his thoughts of how he and Helen had come to have their brief interlude that night outside the hotel at Oniton. Little did Leonard know that it was Helen who was using him and not the other way around, as he now lamented. The only thing to do is to confess and show his remorse but he has no idea where Helen is anymore. However, Leonard is able to track down Meg at Howards End and shows up there the morning after Meg and Helen had spent their last night at the house. Leonard walks into the house, hears Meg's voice, moves toward it, and cries out that he has done wrong. Charles grabs him by the collar and cries...

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