Synopses & Reviews
'An End of Innocence Meet the wealthy Wilcoxes, the cultured, emancipated Schlegals, and poor, young Bast. Howards End, a house in the countryside, is the source of their conflict-and a symbol of class strife within society, as Forster poses the question of who shall inherit England.'
Forsters most popular novel tracks British societys class warfare, as seen by members of three different castes--the wealthy Wilcoxes, the cultured and emancipated Schlegal sisters, and poor, young Leonard Bast. Revised reissue.
A 20th-century classic on British society's class warfare, as seen through the eyes of three different castes. Howards End, a house in the Herefordshire countryside, is the source of conflict between these parties-and ultimately a symbol of class conflict in England.