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The Point of View
The Point of View Sented by Musa

Henry James (1843 - 1916) was one of the leaders in the school of realism in fiction. He is known for his series of novels in which he portrayed the encounter of America with Europe. James is considered to be the master of the novel and novella.

The Figure in the Carpet
The Figure in the Carpet Sented by Emma

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages

The Patagonia
The Patagonia Sented by Rebecca

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

The Chaperon
The Chaperon Sented by Emma

Rose Tramore, the quietly persistent young woman at the center of Henry James' novella The Chaperon, is every bit as memorable a literary creation as James' Daisy Miller, though she is that character's opposite in many ways

The Coxon Fund
The Coxon Fund Sented by Carlos

This novella explores the relationship between Frank Saltram, a charismatic speaker who is also a freeloader; Ruth Anvoy, a young American who visits her widowed aunt, Lady Coxon, an American who married a Brit

Nona Vincent
Nona Vincent Sented by Emma

This early work by Henry James was originally published in 1892 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. Henry James was born in New York City in 1843. One of thirteen children, James had an unorthodox early education, switching between schools, private tutors and private reading. James published his first story, 'A Tragedy of Error', in the Continental Monthly in 1864, when he was twenty years old

Glasses Sented by Luis

Henry James, son of theologian Henry James Sr. and brother of the philosopher and psychologist William James and diarist Alice James, was an American-born author and literary critic of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Greville Fane
Greville Fane Sented by Emma

One of the motifs that appears again and again in Henry James' work is the often-fraught relationship between the artist and the audience. In the tale "Greville Fane," a journalist assigned the task of writing an obituary for a popular female novelist delves into the woman's family life and discovers some unsavory secrets.Coming in to dress for dinner, I found a telegram: "Mrs. Stormer dying; can you give us half a column for to-morrow evening? Let her off easy, but not too easy." I was late; I was in a hurry; I had very little time to think, but at a venture I dispatched a reply: "Will do what I can." It was not till I had dressed and was rolling away to dinner that, in the hansom, I bethought myself of the difficulty of the condition attached. The difficulty was not of course in letting her off easy but in qualifying that indulgence. "I simply won't qualify it," I said to myself. I didn't admire her, but I liked her, and I had known her so long that I almost felt heartless in sitting down at such an hour to a feast of indifference. I must have seemed abstracted, for the early years of my acquaintance with her came back to me.

An International Episode
An International Episode Sented by Christopher

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” In An International Episode, Henry James introduces his readers to his bi-national world of love and nostalgia. Like in many of his novels, the book’s main concern is about the interaction and the cultural differences between the Old World and the New World. Two British gentlemen visit the US and meet two beautiful American females who later return the visit in London.

Eugene Pickering
Eugene Pickering Sented by Emma

"Tell me everything, by all means," I answered, smiling. "I desire nothing better than to lie here in the shade and hear everything." He frowned a little, as if he thought my sympathy a trifle meager. I shook him by the hand and laughed.

A Passionate Pilgrim
A Passionate Pilgrim Sented by Steve Bark

Intending to sail for America in the early part of June, I determined to spend the interval of six weeks in England, to which country my mind's eye only had as yet been introduced. I had formed in Italy and France a resolute preference for old inns, considering that what they sometimes cost the ungratified body they repay the delighted mind

We're Friends, Now
We're Friends, Now Sented by Paul

We're Friends, Now This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature. In an attempt to preserve, improve and recreate the original content, we have worked towards

Walls of Acid
Walls of Acid Sented by Steve Bark

Dr. Farnham had thought to help the world with his invention, instead he released a plague upon it.

Temple Trouble
Temple Trouble Sented by Emma

hereditary nobility on his breast, and carried a sigma-ray needler in a belt holster.

One Purple Hope
One Purple Hope Sented by Musa

Once he had been a tall, straight spaceman, free as the galaxies. Now Joel Latham was a tsith-addict, a beach-comber at Venusport. Maybe he'd get one last chance....

The Mercenaries
The Mercenaries Sented by Emma

Henry Beam Piper (March 23, 1904 – c. November 6, 1964) was an American science fiction author. He wrote many short stories and several novels

Oomphel in the Sky
Oomphel in the Sky Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Since Logic derives from postulates, it never has, and never will, change a postulate. And a religious belief is a system of postulates ..

Operation R.S.V.P.
Operation R.S.V.P. Sented by Musa

Henry Beam Piper (March 23, 1904 – c. November 6, 1964) was an American science fiction author. He wrote many short stories and several novels. He is best known for his extensive Terro-Human Future History series of stories and a shorter series of 'Paratime' alternate history tales

Ministry of Disturbance
Ministry of Disturbance Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This classic science fiction series is part of the Future History series that H. Beam Piper worked on throughout his life. It was written at the dawn of the space age, when authors like Piper, Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, and others gave us fascinating looks into what life in future, interstellar civilizations might be like.

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