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This paper discusses E.M. Forster's "Howard's End" written in 1910. The paper describes the arguments of class as discussed in "Howard's End." It describes the economic ambitions of the two families presented in the book and how that resulted in their achieving similar economic positions in society. It concludes with the way that the traditional world of the one family merged into the modern world of the other.
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