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Product Description: In what Henry James called a 'trap for the unwary', The Turn of the Screw tells of a nameless young governess sent to a country house to take charge of two orphans, Miles and Flora. Unsettled by a dark foreboding of menace within the house, she soon comes to believe that something malevolent is stalking the children in her care...read more

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9788415625780 | Libros Del Asteroide, January 1, 2017, cover price $15.99 | About this edition: In what Henry James called a 'trap for the unwary', The Turn of the Screw tells of a nameless young governess sent to a country house to take charge of two orphans, Miles and Flora.

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Product Description: Henry James was a renowned observer of European culture, in both his fiction and in his life. In particular, he loved Italy, visiting it 14 times during his lifetime and setting several of his novels in the country. Between 1873 and 1909, he also wrote numerous essays and travelogues that were ultimately collected into one volume and published as Italian Hours...read more

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9781421847801 | 1st World Library, June 30, 2007, cover price $31.95 | About this edition: It is a great pleasure to write the word; but I am not sure there is not a certain impudence in pretending to add anything to it.

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9781518682896 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 19, 2015, cover price $13.95 | also contains Italian Hours | About this edition: It is a great pleasure to write the word; but I am not sure there is not a certain impudence in pretending to add anything to it.
9781516839261 | Createspace Independent Pub, August 12, 2015, cover price $11.99 | also contains Italian Hours | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
9781514363928 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 15, 2015, cover price $10.90 | also contains Italian Hours | About this edition: Italian Hours is a travel book written by Henry James trough several years of exploration of Italy.
9781514227695 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 4, 2015, cover price $8.49 | also contains Italian Hours
9781503265189 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2015, cover price $19.99 | also contains Italian Hours
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Product Description: Originally written as three complete books, this one-volume edition includes A Small Boy and Others, Notes of a Son and Brother, and The Middle Years. Begun when James was sixty-eight years old, it was written at a time when his great critical mind was actively devoted to the understanding of his existence in its complicated wholeness...read more

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9780691640938 | Princeton Univ Pr, April 19, 2016, cover price $220.00 | About this edition: Originally written as three complete books, this one-volume edition includes A Small Boy and Others, Notes of a Son and Brother, and The Middle Years.

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9780691613062 | Princeton Univ Pr, July 14, 2014, cover price $88.00 | About this edition: Originally written as three complete books, this one-volume edition includes A Small Boy and Others, Notes of a Son and Brother, and The Middle Years.

Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James. Originally published in 1880 as a serial in Cornhill Magazine and Harper's New Monthly Magazine, it is a structurally simple tragicomedy that recounts the conflict between a dull but sweet daughter and her brilliant, unemotional father. The plot of the novel is based upon a true story told to James by his close friend, British actress Fanny Kemble.[1] The book is often compared with Jane Austen's work for the clarity and grace of its prose and its intense focus on family relationships. James was not a great fan of Washington Square itself. He tried to read it over for inclusion in the New York Edition of his fiction (1907–1909) but found that he could not, and the novel was not included. Other readers, though, have sufficiently enjoyed the book to make it one of the more popular works of the Jamesian canon.Dr. Austin Sloper, a wealthy and highly successful physician, lives in Washington Square, New York, with his daughter Catherine. Catherine is a sweet-natured young woman who is a great disappointment to her father, being physically plain and, he believes, dull in terms of personality and intellect. His sister, Lavinia Penniman, a meddlesome woman with a weakness for romance and melodrama, is the only other member of the doctor's household. One day, Catherine meets the charming Morris Townsend at a party and is powerfully drawn to him. Townsend courts Catherine. Sloper strongly disapproves, believing Townsend to be a 'selfish idler' who is after Catherine's money alone. Penniman, however, regards the situation as romantic, and continually meddles in an attempt to bring the two together. When Townsend and Catherine announce their engagement, Sloper investigates Townsend's background, and believes him to be a parasitic spendthrift. Sloper forbids his daughter to marry Townsend, telling her that he will disinherit her if she does. Sloper largely intends this threat as a stratagem to flush Townsend out: if Townsend responds by breaking off the engagement, not only will Sloper have succeeded in preventing the marriage, but his assessment of Townsend's character will also be proven correct. Townsend, however, suspects that Sloper is bluffing, and that he will not leave his daughter penniless — indeed this question is left unanswered even to the reader. Townsend therefore continues the engagement, but repeatedly defers scheduling the wedding. Catherine too continues the engagement, and this represents the first time that she has stood against her father's wishes. Arrogantly certain of getting his way eventually, Sloper finds an urbane entertainment in the situation, simultaneously pitying his daughter and yet treating the circumstances as a sport. Meanwhile, Penniman continues to undermine Sloper's efforts to keep the two apart.

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9781532838200 | Ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016), cover price $7.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
9781518765544 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 25, 2015, cover price $9.95 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: During a portion of the first half of the present century, and more particularly during the latter part of it, there flourished and practised in the city of New York a physician who enjoyed perhaps an exceptional share of the consideration which, in the United States, has always been bestowed upon distinguished members of the medical profession.
9781518705410 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 21, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square
9781517566722 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $9.95 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
9781511538572 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 31, 2015, cover price $11.00 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
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This early work by Henry James was originally published in 1888 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. In 1876, he emigrated to London, where he remained for the vast majority of the rest of his life, becoming a British citizen in 1915. From this point on, he was a hugely prolific author, eventually producing twenty novels and more than a hundred short stories and novellas, as well as literary criticism, plays and travelogues. Amongst James's most famous works are The Europeans (1878), Daisy Miller (1878), Washington Square (1880), The Bostonians (1886), and one of the most famous ghost stories of all time, The Turn of the Screw (1898). We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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9781437861020 | Indypublish.Com, November 30, 2008, cover price $41.99 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: This early work by Henry James was originally published in 1888 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography.
9781434462312 | Wildside Pr, March 30, 2008, cover price $32.95 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: Henry James (1843-1916) was an American-born author, one of the founders and leaders of a school of realism in fiction.

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9781523383405 | Createspace Independent Pub, January 13, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: Henry James (15 April 1843 – 28 February 1916) was an American-born writer who traveled Europe for much of his younger life.
9781518744426 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $8.95 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: "I guess my daughter's in here," the old man said leading the way into the little salon de lecture.
9781518604188 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 14, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many classics that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
9781517566258 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $8.95 | also contains The Reverberator
9781514224199 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 4, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains The Reverberator | About this edition: "I guess my daughter's in here," the old man said leading the way into the little salon de lecture.
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Product Description: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars. When a governess comes to their country estate to look after the children, she and Flora are separately visited by ghost; however Flora denies the experience and Miles claims to never have been visited by one, even when evidence supports an evil plot between the children and the ghosts...read more

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9781532939860 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 26, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw
9781530775279 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 28, 2016, cover price $6.40 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: An unnamed narrator listens to Douglas, a friend, read a manuscript written by a former governess whom Douglas claims to have known and who is now dead.
9781530637591 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 20, 2016, cover price $6.40 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: No, no—there are depths, depths!
9781518764776 | Createspace Independent Pub, December 26, 2015, cover price $7.95 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: The story had held us, round the fire, sufficiently breathless, but except the obvious remark that it was gruesome, as, on Christmas Eve in an old house, a strange tale should essentially be, I remember no comment uttered till somebody happened to say that it was the only case he had met in which such a visitation had fallen on a child.
9781519438836 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 23, 2015, cover price $7.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: A neurotic governess, believing that the two children in her care are being haunted by malevolent ghosts, seeks to exorcize them.
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9781520019185, titled "Turn of the Screw" | Unabridged edition (Dreamscape Media Llc, October 18, 2016), cover price $39.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars.
9781520019222, titled "Turn of the Screw" | Mp3 una edition (Dreamscape Media Llc, October 18, 2016), cover price $29.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars.

What Maisie Knew is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Chap-Book and (revised and abridged) in the New Review in 1897 and then as a book later that year. It tells the story of the sensitive daughter of divorced, irresponsible parents. The book follows the title character from earliest childhood to precocious maturity. With an Introduction by Pat Righelato, University of Reading The child of parents who divorce, remarry and then embark on adulterous affairs, Maisie Farange survives by her intelligence and spirit. For all its sombre theme of childhood innocence exposed to a corrupted adult world, this novel is one of James's comic masterpieces. The outrageous behaviour of the characters on the seedy fringes of the English upper class is conveyed with wit and relish. The dual perspective of a sophisticated narrator richly appreciative of the absurdities of the adult sexual merry-go-round and the candid vision of Maisie, 'rebounding' from one parent to another like a 'shuttlecock', together create an 'associational magic'. Strangely, unexpectedly, from so much that is tawdry, comes a tale of moral energy and subtlety. James's foresight was in understanding the modernity of his subject, which is even more relevant today in the twenty-first century

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9781530609819 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 18, 2016, cover price $7.80 | also contains What Maisie Knew | About this edition: What Maisie Knew is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Chap-Book and (revised and abridged) in the New Review in 1897 and then as a book later that year.
9781530557257 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 15, 2016, cover price $7.75 | also contains What Maisie Knew
9781518765605 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 25, 2015, cover price $12.95 | also contains What Maisie Knew | About this edition: The litigation seemed interminable and had in fact been complicated; but by the decision on the appeal the judgement of the divorce-court was confirmed as to the assignment of the child.
9781517566746 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $12.43 | also contains What Maisie Knew | About this edition: What Maisie Knew is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in the Chap-Book and (revised and abridged) in the New Review in 1897 and then as a book later that year.
9781517394530 | Createspace Independent Pub, September 18, 2015, cover price $13.99 | also contains What Maisie Knew
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Product Description: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars. When a governess comes to their country estate to look after the children, she and Flora are separately visited by ghost; however Flora denies the experience and Miles claims to never have been visited by one, even when evidence supports an evil plot between the children and the ghosts...read more

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9780007420285 | Harperpress, September 6, 2016, cover price $3.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: HarperCollins is proud to present its new range of best-loved, essential classics.
9781532939860 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 26, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw
9781530775279 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 28, 2016, cover price $6.40 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: An unnamed narrator listens to Douglas, a friend, read a manuscript written by a former governess whom Douglas claims to have known and who is now dead.
9781530637591 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 20, 2016, cover price $6.40 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: No, no—there are depths, depths!

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9781520019185, titled "Turn of the Screw" | Unabridged edition (Dreamscape Media Llc, October 18, 2016), cover price $39.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars.
9781520019222, titled "Turn of the Screw" | Mp3 una edition (Dreamscape Media Llc, October 18, 2016), cover price $29.99 | also contains The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw, The Turn of the Screw | About this edition: One of the most daunting ghost stories to ever be written, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw follows the transformation of Miles (age 10) and Flora (age 8) from well behaved children to deceitful liars.
9781491591116 | Unabridged edition (Classic Collection, February 2, 2016), cover price $14.99 | About this edition: The Turn of the Screw has been described by many critics as the most sophisticated and terrifying ghost story in the English language.

Henry James (15 April 1843 – 28 February 1916) was an American-born writer who traveled Europe for much of his younger life. Born to a wealthy family that emphasized education, James was tutored by teachers from all over Europe during his adolescence and briefly attended Harvard Law School before deciding to concentrate on writing. James is considered one of the key contributors to nineteenth century literary realism, and some of his best known novels include The American, Daisy Miller, and The Portrait of a Lady.

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9780470268216, titled "Industrial New Product Development: A Manual for the 1980s" | John Wiley & Sons Inc, October 1, 1979, cover price $48.95 | also contains Industrial New Product Development: A Manual for the 1980s

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9781530151707 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 20, 2016, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Henry James (15 April 1843 – 28 February 1916) was an American-born writer who traveled Europe for much of his younger life.
9781518697654 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 20, 2015, cover price $8.95 | About this edition: "NO, my lord," Banks had replied, "no stranger has yet arrived.
9781517566227 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $9.95
9781517566883 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $8.95
9781505347968 | Createspace Independent Pub, February 21, 2015, cover price $11.99
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Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile. Der Amerikaner Winterbourne trifft in einem Hotel in der Schweiz zum ersten Mal auf die junge Daisy Miller aus New York State. Im Gegensatz zu ihrem kleinen Bruder Randolph, ist Daisy von Europa und der ansässigen High Society begeistert. Sie zieht Winterbourne sofort durch Schönheit und keckes Auftreten in ihren Bann, doch immer wieder verwirrt ihn das auffällige Verhalten der jungen Dame. Nichtsdestotrotz willigt er ein, mit dem bezaubernden Mädchen allein einen Ausflug zu unternehmen. Als er ihr am Ende des Schlossbesuches beichtet, dass er am nächsten Tag abreisen müsse, ist Daisy außer sich und fordert ihren Landsmann auf, sie im kommenden Winter in Rom zu besuchen. Winterbourne willigt ein, doch als er Italien erreicht, muss er erfahren, dass Daisy mittlerweile Bekanntschaft mit einem stattlichen Italiener gemacht hat ... »Ein Leben ohne Henry James ist möglich, aber sinnlos.« DIE ZEIT, 31.07.2014 »Henry James ist fraglos einer der großen Frauen-Romanciers der Weltliteratur.« Falter (A), 13.08.2014

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9781530433889 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 4, 2016, cover price $9.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781530679102 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 31, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile.
9781530332458 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 8, 2016, cover price $6.00 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781519583437 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 28, 2015, cover price $9.00 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Daisy Miller is a novella by Henry James that first appeared in Cornhill Magazine in June–July 1878, and in book form the following year.
9781519123817 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 12, 2015, cover price $7.30 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Beautiful and spontaneous Daisy Miller is everything that the conservative American society dreads.
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Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile. Der Amerikaner Winterbourne trifft in einem Hotel in der Schweiz zum ersten Mal auf die junge Daisy Miller aus New York State. Im Gegensatz zu ihrem kleinen Bruder Randolph, ist Daisy von Europa und der ansässigen High Society begeistert. Sie zieht Winterbourne sofort durch Schönheit und keckes Auftreten in ihren Bann, doch immer wieder verwirrt ihn das auffällige Verhalten der jungen Dame. Nichtsdestotrotz willigt er ein, mit dem bezaubernden Mädchen allein einen Ausflug zu unternehmen. Als er ihr am Ende des Schlossbesuches beichtet, dass er am nächsten Tag abreisen müsse, ist Daisy außer sich und fordert ihren Landsmann auf, sie im kommenden Winter in Rom zu besuchen. Winterbourne willigt ein, doch als er Italien erreicht, muss er erfahren, dass Daisy mittlerweile Bekanntschaft mit einem stattlichen Italiener gemacht hat ... »Ein Leben ohne Henry James ist möglich, aber sinnlos.« DIE ZEIT, 31.07.2014 »Henry James ist fraglos einer der großen Frauen-Romanciers der Weltliteratur.« Falter (A), 13.08.2014

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9781532937729 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 26, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781530433889 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 4, 2016, cover price $9.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781530679102 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 31, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile.
9781491789537, titled "Daisy Miller: Adapted by Joseph Cowley" | Iuniverse Inc, February 9, 2016, cover price $10.99 | About this edition: Henry James was born in the United States, in New York City, on April 15, 1843 and is considered an American writer, though he spent most of his life in England and, a year before his death in London on February 28, 1916, became a British citizen.

Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile. Der Amerikaner Winterbourne trifft in einem Hotel in der Schweiz zum ersten Mal auf die junge Daisy Miller aus New York State. Im Gegensatz zu ihrem kleinen Bruder Randolph, ist Daisy von Europa und der ansässigen High Society begeistert. Sie zieht Winterbourne sofort durch Schönheit und keckes Auftreten in ihren Bann, doch immer wieder verwirrt ihn das auffällige Verhalten der jungen Dame. Nichtsdestotrotz willigt er ein, mit dem bezaubernden Mädchen allein einen Ausflug zu unternehmen. Als er ihr am Ende des Schlossbesuches beichtet, dass er am nächsten Tag abreisen müsse, ist Daisy außer sich und fordert ihren Landsmann auf, sie im kommenden Winter in Rom zu besuchen. Winterbourne willigt ein, doch als er Italien erreicht, muss er erfahren, dass Daisy mittlerweile Bekanntschaft mit einem stattlichen Italiener gemacht hat ... »Ein Leben ohne Henry James ist möglich, aber sinnlos.« DIE ZEIT, 31.07.2014 »Henry James ist fraglos einer der großen Frauen-Romanciers der Weltliteratur.« Falter (A), 13.08.2014

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9781530433889 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 4, 2016, cover price $9.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781530679102 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 31, 2016, cover price $5.99 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Henry James' berühmte Erzählung über Zuneigung und Vorurteile.
9781530332458 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 8, 2016, cover price $6.00 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller
9781519583437 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 28, 2015, cover price $9.00 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Daisy Miller is a novella by Henry James that first appeared in Cornhill Magazine in June–July 1878, and in book form the following year.
9781519123817 | Createspace Independent Pub, November 12, 2015, cover price $7.30 | also contains Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller, Daisy Miller | About this edition: Beautiful and spontaneous Daisy Miller is everything that the conservative American society dreads.
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Washington Square is one of Henry James’s most appealing and popular novels, with the most straightforward plot and style of any of his works. Set in the genteel New York of James’s early childhood, it is a tale of cruelty laced with comedy. Dr. Austin Sloper is a wealthy and domineering father who is disappointed in the unremarkable daughter he has produced; he dismisses her as both plain and simpleminded. The gentle and dutiful Catherine Sloper has always been in awe of her father, but when she falls in love with Morris Townsend, a penniless charmer whom Dr. Sloper accuses of being a fortune hunter, she dares to defy him and a battle of wills ensues that will leave her forever changed. Readers have long admired the way that the innocent Catherine, misled by her meddling aunt and mistreated by both her father and her lover, grows in strength and wisdom over the course of her ordeal.

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9780307961426 | Reprint edition (Everymans Library, February 5, 2013), cover price $22.00 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is one of Henry James’s most appealing and popular novels, with the most straightforward plot and style of any of his works.

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9781532838200 | Ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016), cover price $7.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
9781518765544 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 25, 2015, cover price $9.95 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: During a portion of the first half of the present century, and more particularly during the latter part of it, there flourished and practised in the city of New York a physician who enjoyed perhaps an exceptional share of the consideration which, in the United States, has always been bestowed upon distinguished members of the medical profession.
9781518705410 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 21, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square
9781517566722 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $9.95 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
9781511538572 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 31, 2015, cover price $11.00 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
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Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James. Originally published in 1880 as a serial in Cornhill Magazine and Harper's New Monthly Magazine, it is a structurally simple tragicomedy that recounts the conflict between a dull but sweet daughter and her brilliant, unemotional father. The plot of the novel is based upon a true story told to James by his close friend, British actress Fanny Kemble.[1] The book is often compared with Jane Austen's work for the clarity and grace of its prose and its intense focus on family relationships. James was not a great fan of Washington Square itself. He tried to read it over for inclusion in the New York Edition of his fiction (1907–1909) but found that he could not, and the novel was not included. Other readers, though, have sufficiently enjoyed the book to make it one of the more popular works of the Jamesian canon.Dr. Austin Sloper, a wealthy and highly successful physician, lives in Washington Square, New York, with his daughter Catherine. Catherine is a sweet-natured young woman who is a great disappointment to her father, being physically plain and, he believes, dull in terms of personality and intellect. His sister, Lavinia Penniman, a meddlesome woman with a weakness for romance and melodrama, is the only other member of the doctor's household. One day, Catherine meets the charming Morris Townsend at a party and is powerfully drawn to him. Townsend courts Catherine. Sloper strongly disapproves, believing Townsend to be a 'selfish idler' who is after Catherine's money alone. Penniman, however, regards the situation as romantic, and continually meddles in an attempt to bring the two together. When Townsend and Catherine announce their engagement, Sloper investigates Townsend's background, and believes him to be a parasitic spendthrift. Sloper forbids his daughter to marry Townsend, telling her that he will disinherit her if she does. Sloper largely intends this threat as a stratagem to flush Townsend out: if Townsend responds by breaking off the engagement, not only will Sloper have succeeded in preventing the marriage, but his assessment of Townsend's character will also be proven correct. Townsend, however, suspects that Sloper is bluffing, and that he will not leave his daughter penniless — indeed this question is left unanswered even to the reader. Townsend therefore continues the engagement, but repeatedly defers scheduling the wedding. Catherine too continues the engagement, and this represents the first time that she has stood against her father's wishes. Arrogantly certain of getting his way eventually, Sloper finds an urbane entertainment in the situation, simultaneously pitying his daughter and yet treating the circumstances as a sport. Meanwhile, Penniman continues to undermine Sloper's efforts to keep the two apart.

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9781532940736 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 26, 2016, cover price $6.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square
9781532838200 | Ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016), cover price $7.99 | also contains Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square, Washington Square | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.
9781530724956 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 25, 2016, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: Maravilla la narración en primer lugar por la riqueza de una prosa a la vez contenida y brillante, que sabe ser el justo reflejo de una historia turbulenta que, sin embargo, no se permite atentar contra las apariencias del orden y el decoro.

Excerpt: ...opposed to that of my friends, offered somehow the relief of a suggestive analogy. What I could directly clutch at was that if the exception did prove the rule in the one case it might equally prove it in the other. If on a rare occasion one of these couples might be divided, so, by as uncommon a chance, the other might be joined; the only difference being in the gravity of the violated law. For which pair was the betrayal greatest? It was not till dinner was nearly ended and the ladies were about to withdraw that I recovered lucidity to make out how much more machinery would have had to be put into motion consistently to prevent, than once in a way to minimise, the disconcerting accident. All accidents, I must add, were presently to lose themselves in the unexpectedness of my finding myself, before we left the dining-room, in easy talk with Gilbert Long

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9781582879468 | Large print edition (North Books, November 1, 2007), cover price $26.00 | About this edition: Excerpt: .
9781582874623 | North Books, November 1, 2007, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.

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9781530886012 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 4, 2016, cover price $6.60 | also contains The Sacred Fount | About this edition: The Sacred Fount is a novel by Henry James, first published in 1901.
9781518755446 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 24, 2015, cover price $9.95 | also contains The Sacred Fount | About this edition: IT was an occasion, I felt—the prospect of a large party—to look out at the station for others, possible friends and even possible enemies, who might be going.
9781518624346 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 15, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains The Sacred Fount | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many classics that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
9781517566265 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $10.45 | also contains The Sacred Fount | About this edition: The Sacred Fount is a novel by Henry James, first published in 1901.
9781514216477 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 3, 2015, cover price $7.49 | also contains The Sacred Fount
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Lady Barbarina

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9781530691692 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 25, 2016, cover price $26.99
9781494777111 | Createspace Independent Pub, December 23, 2013, cover price $16.00 | About this edition: Lady Barbarina

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Product Description: The Europeans: A sketch is a short novel by Henry James, published in 1878. It is essentially a comedy contrasting the behaviour and attitudes of two visitors from Europe with those of their relatives living in the 'new' world of New England...read more

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9781532835537 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016, cover price $7.95 | About this edition: The Europeans: A sketch is a short novel by Henry James, published in 1878.

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Product Description: The Princess Casamassima is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly in 1885-1886 and then as a book in 1886. It is the story of an intelligent but confused young London bookbinder, Hyacinth Robinson, who becomes involved in radical politics and a terrorist assassination plot...read more

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9780559645211 | Bibliolife, November 30, 2008, cover price $36.99 | also contains Princess Casamassima | About this edition: This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.
9780548536483 | Kessinger Pub Co, September 13, 2007, cover price $42.95 | also contains Princess Casamassima | About this edition: This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.

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9781517566241 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $13.95 | also contains Princess Casamassima | About this edition: The Princess Casamassima is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly in 1885-1886 and then as a book in 1886.
9781420940756 | Digireads.Com, January 31, 2011, cover price $9.99 | also contains Princess Casamassima | About this edition: "The Princess Casamassima" is a psychologically probing novel by Henry James about the politics and social inequalities of 19th century London.
9780559645198, titled "The Princess Casamassima," | Bibliolife, November 30, 2008, cover price $21.99 | also contains Princess Casamassima | About this edition: This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.
9780548741542 | Kessinger Pub Co, November 30, 2007, cover price $33.95 | also contains Princess Casamassima
9780548509135 | Kessinger Pub Co, September 30, 2007, cover price $27.95 | About this edition: This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
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Product Description: The Reverberator is a short novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Macmillan's Magazine in 1888 and then as a book later the same year. Described by the leading web authority on Henry James as "a delightful Parisian bonbon," the comedy traces the complications that result when nasty but true stories about a Paris family get into the American scandal sheet of the novel's title...read more

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9781532844430 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016, cover price $7.79 | About this edition: The Reverberator is a short novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Macmillan's Magazine in 1888 and then as a book later the same year.

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

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9781110590599 | Bibliolife, June 30, 2009, cover price $26.99 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.
9781434467997 | Wildside Pr, April 30, 2008, cover price $29.95 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: Henry James (1843-1916) was one of the founders and leaders of a school of realism in fiction; the fine art of his writing has led many academics to consider him the greatest master of the novel and novella form.
9781421847412 | 1st World Library, June 30, 2007, cover price $35.95 | About this edition: Mallet had made his arrangements to sail for Europe on the first of September, and having in the interval a fortnight to spare, he determined to spend it with his cousin Cecilia, the widow of a nephew of his father.

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9781518744471 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 23, 2015, cover price $15.95 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: Mallet had made his arrangements to sail for Europe on the first of September, and having in the interval a fortnight to spare, he determined to spend it with his cousin Cecilia, the widow of a nephew of his father.
9781518624322 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 15, 2015, cover price $13.99 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many classics that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
9781517566135 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $10.45 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: Roderick Hudson is a novel by Henry James.
9781514225301 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 4, 2015, cover price $7.49 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: Mallet had made his arrangements to sail for Europe on the first of September, and having in the interval a fortnight to spare, he determined to spend it with his cousin Cecilia, the widow of a nephew of his father.
9781502414625 | Createspace Independent Pub, March 4, 2015, cover price $24.99 | also contains Roderick Hudson
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9781504674751 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, January 19, 2016), cover price $34.95 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: When sculptor Roderick Hudson creates a work of genius, he is sent to Rome, where he becomes the talk of the city.
9781504674744 | Mp3 una edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, January 19, 2016), cover price $29.95 | also contains Roderick Hudson | About this edition: When sculptor Roderick Hudson creates a work of genius, he is sent to Rome, where he becomes the talk of the city.

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Product Description: Confidence is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Scribner's Monthly in 1879 and then as a book later the same year. This light and somewhat awkward comedy centers on artist Bernard Longueville, scientist Gordon Wright, and the sometimes inscrutable heroine, Angela Vivian...read more

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9781437830569 | Indypublish.Com, July 30, 2008, cover price $34.99 | also contains Confidence | About this edition: Excerpt from ConfidenceIt was in the early days of April; Bernard Longueville had been spending the winter in Rome.

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9781518661907 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 17, 2015, cover price $10.95 | also contains Confidence | About this edition: It was in the early days of April; Bernard Longueville had been spending the winter in Rome.
9781517566128 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $10.95 | also contains Confidence | About this edition: Confidence is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Scribner’s Monthly in 1879 and then as a book later the same year.
9781516838813 | Createspace Independent Pub, August 12, 2015, cover price $6.99 | also contains Confidence | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
9781514224793 | Createspace Independent Pub, June 4, 2015, cover price $7.49 | also contains Confidence | About this edition: It was in the early days of April; Bernard Longueville had been spending the winter in Rome.
9781502869029 | Createspace Independent Pub, May 8, 2015, cover price $13.99 | also contains Confidence
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Product Description: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James. Originally published in 1880 as a serial in Cornhill Magazine and Harper's New Monthly Magazine, it is a structurally simple tragicomedy that recounts the conflict between a dull but sweet daughter and her brilliant, unemotional father...read more

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9781532837395 | Ill edition (Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016), cover price $7.99 | About this edition: Washington Square is a short novel by Henry James.

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Product Description: The Other House is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in the Illustrated London News in 1896 and then as a book later the same year.Julia Bream dies after giving birth to her only child, a daughter named Effie. Julia had a horrible stepmother, so she extracts a promise from her husband Tony never to marry again as long as Effie is alive...read more

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9781532844980 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 20, 2016, cover price $8.49 | About this edition: The Other House is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in the Illustrated London News in 1896 and then as a book later the same year.

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Product Description: The Wings of the Dove is a 1902 novel by Henry James. This novel tells the story of Milly Theale, an American heiress stricken with a serious disease, and her effect on the people around her. Some of these people befriend Milly with honorable motives, while others are more self-interested...read more

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9781519611239, titled "Wings of the Dove" | Createspace Independent Pub, November 30, 2015, cover price $18.00
9781518765759 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 25, 2015, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: She waited, Kate Croy, for her father to come in, but he kept her unconscionably, and there were moments at which she showed herself, in the glass over the mantel, a face positively pale with the irritation that had brought her to the point of going away without sight of him.
9781518765841 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 25, 2015, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: "I say, you know, Kate—you did stay!
9781517566715 | Createspace Independent Pub, October 1, 2015, cover price $12.95
9781516838882 | Createspace Independent Pub, August 12, 2015, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
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Product Description: The Wings of the Dove is a 1902 novel by Henry James. This novel tells the story of Milly Theale, an American heiress stricken with a serious disease, and her effect on the people around her. Some of these people befriend Milly with honorable motives, while others are more self-interested...read more

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9781532827143 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 19, 2016, cover price $8.49 | About this edition: The Wings of the Dove is a 1902 novel by Henry James.
9781532827273 | Createspace Independent Pub, April 19, 2016, cover price $14.75

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