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It is also clear that Mr Wilcox is quite prepared to use people, even if he has no great opinion of them. Miss Avery is a member of 'the lower classes', and suitable for exploitation. CHAPTER 33 Summary Margaret arrives at Hilton, the village in which Howards End is situated. She goes by way of Miss Avery's farm through beautiful countryside. Miss A very's niece officiously accompanies her to Howards End, where her aunt is waiting. The house appears altered. Miss A very greets Margaret from inside but does not appear until her niece has gone.
It is locked. As Henry goes for a key, Margaret admires the garden. Sheltering from the rain, she finds the house is open after all. She finds it uncared for, but she has regained a sense of space which London seemed to have deprived her. Hearing a noise in the house, she throws open a door to the stairs. An old woman comes down them, who tells her she resembles Mrs Wilcox. Commentary Having avoided an estrangement with Helen, Margaret is thrust into the business and domestic worlds of the Wilcoxes.
Henry prefers to be thought intolerable rather than to see himself honestly. He has considerable powers of self-dramatisation. He is full of self-pity and refuses to accept responsibility for the hurt he has done to his late wife. Margaret's wish to mention Mrs Wilcox points 44 forward to the climax of their relationship in Chapter 38. Henry soon regains control. If necessary, he will lie about Jacky to save his public reputation. Margaret is caught up in the machinery of Henry's arrangements; she fears she may also be compelled to lie for him.