Howards End by E. M. Forster
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Date Added: 2001-01-31
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Howard's End pulls you in from the very beginning. The characters are almost caricatures in many ways, but they're also very human and force you to become deeply attached to them.
Helen annoys you with her fly-by ways, but you forgive her because of her endearing passion and compassion.
Margaret's sensibility and honesty are refreshing and inspiring. She cares deeply for the people around her and she forgives them their faults, but she always stands her ground for what she believes to be right.
You fall in love with Ruth Wilcox from the moment you meet her and you keep her in your heart forevermore.
The story is classic, a snapshot of all walks of life capturing humanity at its deepest level.