Howards End

howardsendHowards End
by E.M. Forster
1910 / 318 pages
rating: 9 / classic Brit

This is a reread but from so long ago I seem to remember almost nothing.   I did enjoy it though and I do remember enjoying it the first time.

This is a thoroughly character driven novel – there are a few plot devices but most of Forster’s energies were spent on developing the characters of Margaret,  Helen and Tibby Schlegel as well as Henry Wilcox and his son Charles.  >>>>MORE>>>> 

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