'I've always been interested in people, but I've never liked them. 'Henry James (1843 - 1916), an American - born writer, was among the originators and leaders of the school of realism in fiction. He lived for a long time in England, and his major novels portray the American encounter with Europe. A prolific writer, James wrote novels, travelogues, biographies, short stories, criticism, and plays. He presented personal relationships, morality, consciousness, and perception as the major issues.Présentation de l'éditeur :
James' most celebrated short work in which his excellent craftsmanship is apparent through his skilful employment of irony and humour. This poignant book deals with the innate desires and leanings of the central character, and the complexity of relationships stemming from conflicting human emotions. Touching!
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