By E. M. Forster
"Only Connect," Forster's key aphorism, informs this novel approximately an English kingdom apartment, Howards finish, and its impression at the lives of the rich and materialistic Wilcoxes; the aesthetic, idealistic Schlegel sisters; and the bad financial institution clerk Leonard Bast. Bringing jointly humans from diversified sessions and international locations when it comes to sympathetic perception and figuring out, Howards finish eloquently addresses the query "Who shall inherit England?"
Howards End, released in 1910, issues the relationships that advance among the creative, life-loving Schlegel kinfolk -- Margaret, Helen, and their brother Tibby -- and the possible cool, pragmatic Wilcoxes -- Henry and Ruth and their little ones Charles, Paul, and Evie.
Margaret unearths a soulmate in Ruth, who prior to she dies announces in a observe that her family's kingdom residence, Howards finish, should still visit Margaret. Her survivors decide to forget about her needs, yet after marrying Henry, Margaret eventually does come to possess the home.