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Howard's End and the Condition of England

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Berwick Voluntary Centre

5 Tweed Street

Berwick-upon-Tweed

TD15 1NG

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Howards End is one of the great seminal novels of the 20th century. The house itself could be both the end of Old England and the source of a fruitful new one. In one scene the author, E.H. Forster, gives us a picture of streams of water converging in Poole Harbour. The implication is that we should do the same – learn to connect and intermingle. In this study morning, led by Dr. Richard Moore, we shall look at the two main families in the novel and discuss how the themes arise through them. We shall also see extracts from film versions, at the same time relating the book to the life of the writer and the period in which it is set.

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