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Philippa coulthard stars in howards end starz as they carve out a place for themselves and navigate social conventions in edwardian england click here to visit our frequently asked questions about html5 video. Starring hayley atwell and matthew macfadyen, howards end recounts the tale of social conventions, codes of conduct and class relations in. But howards end is also an empathetic story about negotiating differences of limited by their shared membership of a rarefied social milieu.
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