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  1. Henry James: Autobiographies (LOA #274): A Small Boy and Others / Notes of a Son and Brother / The Middle Years / Other Writings (Library of America Collected Nonfiction of Henry James) by Henry James and Philip Horne 4.7 (14) Hardcover $3750 FREE delivery Wed, Dec 28 Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). More Buying Choices

    • The Turn of the Screw. Strange Creatures. Eager to impress, the young governess takes his orders rather seriously. Even when strange things start happening around the country house where she works.
    • The Portrait of a Lady. Isabel Archer. Isabel Archer is the lady this book draws a portrait of. Smart, curious, and independent, Isabel’s aunt gets her to cross the Atlantic from her native United States and go to Europe with her to visit her uncle and cousin.
    • Daisy Miller. Culture Clash. Annie “Daisy” Miller is a young woman from New York on the pre-requisite tour through Europe for well-to-do Americans. Travelling with her slightly dim mother and rambunctious nine-year-old brother, Daisy will get caught in the middle of the culture clash between both sides of the Atlantic.
    • The Wings of the Dove. Milly Theale. Milly Theale is a naïve American heiress, who has come into great fortune. The young wealthy heiress is doomed, however, due to her brittle health.
  2. Books by Henry James The Turn of the Screw Henry James $ 3.99 - $ 23.04 The Portrait of a Lady Henry James $ 3.59 - $ 25.73 The Turn of the Screw and Other Short Fiction Henry James $ 4.19 - $ 17.79 Daisy Miller Henry James $ 3.59 - $ 22.95 Washington Square Henry James $ 3.69 - $ 21.21 The Ambassadors Henry James $ 3.59 - $ 42.47

  3. Henry James, (born April 15, 1843, New York, New York, U.S.—died February 28, 1916, London, England), American novelist and, as a naturalized English citizen from 1915, a great figure in the transatlantic culture.

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