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E.M.Forster’s Howards End - Penguin


Title: Howards End
Author: E.M.Forster
Publisher: Penguin
Publication Date: 1972-9
Format: Paperback
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear.

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Reader's note

Howards End is the involved story of two sisters and a house and the family which occupies it. But hints about the plot do little justice to the subtle art with which the narrative is developed or to the delicate pattern of its composition. This is not one of those novels which can be taken into pieces or put together, as if it were made of neat prefabricated units of experience. In the tangle of unpredictable and contradictory circumstances which beset the characters of Howards End there emerges a convincing portrayal of the complexity of human affairs. Margaret and Helen Schlegel, so different in character, are women of intense individuality: Forster’s analysis of the values and impulses which animate them makes this book an absorbing scrutiny of motive and behaviour.