The New York Stories of Henry James

Ebook $18.95

NYRB Classics | Aug 17, 2011 | 592 Pages | ISBN 9781590174326

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    NYRB Classics | Nov 30, 2005 | 592 Pages | 5-1/16 x 8 | ISBN 9781590171622

  • Ebook$18.95

    NYRB Classics | Aug 17, 2011 | 592 Pages | ISBN 9781590174326

Praise

“In many ways, James’s anger at New York is the anger of a scorned lover, of someone who has lost something beautiful and soft.” —The New York Times

“…for Colm Toibin, author of The Master, the acclaimed biographical novel about James published last year, James’s anger at the city…reflects his sexual ambivalence, and perhaps offers a clue to the nature of “the obscure hurt” that James claimed he suffered in his youth…” —The New York Times

“…the idea that James’s last novel is now being published for the first time since 1911 is frankly incredible.” —The Spectator

Table Of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Story of a Masterpiece

A Most Extraordinary Case

Crawford’s Consistency

An International Episode

The Impressions of a Cousin

The Jolly Corner

Washington Square

Crapy Cornelia

A Round of Visits

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