Howards End | Study Guide

E. M. Forster

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Howards End | Character Map

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Margaret Schlegel Independent, intelligent, upper-class woman Henry Wilcox Self-assured, wealthy, sexist businessman Leonard Bast Impoverished, ambitious, lower-class clerk; lover of Helen Schlegel Stepmother Victim Father Acquaintances Acquaintances First wife Second wife In-laws Sisters Friends Charles Wilcox Self-righteous, greedy, upper-class man Ruth Wilcox Intuitive, calming older woman Helen Schlegel Passionate, impulsive upper- class young woman; lover of Leonard Bast
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