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Books by Henry James (Author of The Turn of the Screw)
A LITTLE TOUR IN FRANCE, by Henry James - FULL LENGTH AUDIOBOOK
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He spent much of his life in Europe and became a British subject shortly before his death. He is primarily known for novels, novellas and short stories based on themes of consciousness. James contributed significantly to the criticism of fiction, particularly in his insistence that writers be allowed the greatest freedom possible in presenting their view of the world. His imaginative use of point of view, interior monologue and possibly unreliable narrators in his own Novels and Tales brought a new depth and interest to narrative fiction. An extraordinarily productive writer, he published substantive books of travel writing, biography, Autobiography and visual arts criticism. Henry James was born in New York City into a wealthy, intellectually inclined family. His father, Henry James Sr.
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THE AMBASSADORS: Henry James - FULL AudioBook: Part 1/2
Michael Gorra's new critical biography, Portrait of a Novel: Henry James and the Making of an American Masterpiece , tells the story of how James' most popular and enduring novel, The Portrait of a Lady , came to be written; and of what happened to him because of it. Gorra, the Mary Augusta Jordan Professor of English at Smith College, gives us his favorites of the prolific writer's novels and longer stories. Some readers like the bright effervescent comedy of early James, where the dialogue can remind you of Mozart; others the grave majesty of his late style--those sentences that seem to pulse with the very force of thought. Nowadays, of course, he seems like the voice of leisure itself, of a world with the time to look and think and linger. These are the novels and tales to which I return with the most pleasure—the ones I most look forward to rereading. The Portrait of a Lady - When James began this book he was a promising young writer with a special line in depicting the lives of Americans in Europe.
Sign me up to get more news about Literary Fiction books. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Considered by James to be his most finely constructed novel, The Ambassadors recounts the attempts of a conscientious American to convince the son of a friend to return home from Paris-and in doing so plays the charm of the Old World against the provincialism of the New. The Library of America series includes more than volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1, pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.