Howards End

by

E. M. Forster

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Frieda Mosebach Character Analysis

Frieda Mosebach, or Fraulein Mosebach, a young German woman, is a cousin of the Schlegels on their father’s side. The Schlegels’ English aunt, Juley Munt, mildly disapproves of Frieda’s free spirit. She visits them in England with her fiancé, Bruno Liesecke, or Herr Liesecke. After she marries, she becomes Frau Liesecke.
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Frieda Mosebach Character Timeline in Howards End

The timeline below shows where the character Frieda Mosebach appears in Howards End. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 5
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...and Mrs. Munt attend a performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, joined by the Schlegels’ cousin Frieda Mosebach and her fiancé Bruno Liesecke. The Schlegels believe that the price of listening to... (full context)
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...him her address, instead, so that he can call for his umbrella. After Helen exits, Frieda and her fiancé decide to leave the concert early, as well. Unlike Tibby, the boy... (full context)
Chapter 7
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...she will never again fall for Paul, but she is going to visit Germany with Frieda, anyway. (full context)