"Howards End" refers to a country house that is the setting for a fateful confrontation between three different kinds of people: the Wilcoxes, the Schlegel sisters, and Leonard Bast. Interweaving the lives of these characters, Forster creates an unforgettable tale of romance, tragedy and fragile hope.
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This will not be a positive review; you should know this in advance. I am sure that Howards End is considered in many circles one of the prime examples of British Modernism, that it is one of the ... Read full review
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