Novels, 1886-1890: The Princess Casamassima / The Reverberator / The Tragic Muse

Henry James Daniel M. Fogel

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Novels, 1886-1890: The Princess Casamassima / The Reverberator / The Tragic Muse

Novels, 1886-1890: The Princess Casamassima / The Reverberator / The Tragic Muse By Henry James Daniel M. Fogel Novels The Princess Casamassima The Reverberator The Tragic Muse The Library of America is dedicated to publishing America s best and most significant writing in handsome enduring volumes featuring authoritative texts Hailed as the finest looking longest lasting

  • Title: Novels, 1886-1890: The Princess Casamassima / The Reverberator / The Tragic Muse
  • Author: Henry James Daniel M. Fogel
  • ISBN: 9780940450561
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Novels, 1886-1890: The Princess Casamassima / The Reverberator / The Tragic Muse By Henry James Daniel M. Fogel The Library of America is dedicated to publishing America s best and most significant writing in handsome, enduring volumes, featuring authoritative texts Hailed as the finest looking, longest lasting editions ever made The New Republic , Library of America volumes make a fine gift for any occasion Now, with exactly one hundred volumes to choose from, there is a perfeThe Library of America is dedicated to publishing America s best and most significant writing in handsome, enduring volumes, featuring authoritative texts Hailed as the finest looking, longest lasting editions ever made The New Republic , Library of America volumes make a fine gift for any occasion Now, with exactly one hundred volumes to choose from, there is a perfect gift for everyone.
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    1. Paul Jellinek on said:

      These are some of the worldly of James s novels, and probably accessible than his later works, but I loved them just the same The Princess verges on a potboiler, and it doesn t always work, but I admire James for going so far out of his comfort zone and of course the quality of his writing, and the depths to which he goes in probing the subtleties of our relationships with one another, are in a class by themselves.

    2. Arthur on said:

      I ve imperilled my immortal soul, or at least I ve bemuddled my intelligence, by all the things I don t care for that I ve tried to do, and all the things I detest that I ve tried to be, and all the things I never can be that I ve tried to look as if I were all the appearances and imitations, the pretences and hypocrisies in which I ve steeped myself to the eyes and at the end of it it serves me right my reward is simply to learn that I m still not half humbug enough If the idiom of this speech [...]

    3. Gobasso on said:

      Since the LOA series puts three novels in one volume note that this is a review of The Princess Casamassima.This is not James greatest novel but I think any James novel is superior to most other writers While the Princess may be the name in the title the main character is Hyacinth Robinson Growing up a respectable but poor person in London with a hidden past that indicates greater things Hyacinth represents both the finer and baser things in life His tragic inability to reconcile these two sides [...]

    4. Martin Bihl on said:

      The Princess Casamissima finished 07 06 17The Reverberator finished 01 13 18

    5. Christopher Sutch on said:

      Please see my reviews of the individual novels in this volume.

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