6 edition of The Bostonians found in the catalog.
Henry James Jr.
September 1, 1964 by McGraw-Hill Companies .
Written in English
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She talked with great slowness and distinctness, and evidently a high sense of responsibility; she pronounced every syllable of every word and insisted on being explicit. Luna's familiarity extended even to her sister; she remarked to Miss Chancellor that she looked as if she were got up for a sea-voyage. Most of her friends had an anxious, haggard look, though there were sundry exceptions--half a dozen placid, florid faces. Basil Ransom coloured a little. It was the same sort of impulse that had moved her to write to Basil Ransom, in the spring, after hearing accidentally that he had come to the North and intended, in New York, to practise his profession.
She's a female Jacobin--she's a nihilist. Besides, Olive didn't want her in Boston, and didn't go through the form of saying so. About ten; that is exactly like Olive. He looked at Mrs. He was too simple--too Mississippian--for that; she was almost disappointed. Farrinder wouldn't speak.
Perhaps she should take a house in Washington; did he ever hear of that little place? Good-night, sir,' said Doctor Prance, who by this time had 48 begun to appear to Ransom more susceptible of domestication, as if she had been a small forest-creature, a catamount or a ruffled doe, that had learned to stand still while you stroked it, or even to extend a paw. His forehead was high and broad, and his thick black hair, perfectly straight and glossy, and without any division, rolled back from it in a leonine manner. She'll reform you, if you don't look out.
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If it be necessary, we are prepared to take certain steps to conciliate the shrinking. Most recently updated: January 28, Miss Birdseye lived at the South End; the distance was considerable, and Miss Chancellor had ordered a hackney-coach, it being one of the advantages of living in Charles Street that stables were near.
Farrinder speak, and now Mrs.
Ages of oppression had rolled over them; uncounted millions had lived only to be tortured, to be crucified. About ten; that is exactly like Olive. Farrinder will fix it! This was written so intensely in her delicate face that he felt an unformulated pity for her before they had exchanged twenty words.
The title refers, not to the people of Boston in general, but to the two characters Olive and Verena, "as they appeared to the mind of Ransom, the southerner, and outsider, looking at them from New York.
He was a great deal thought of in magazine circles. But they wandered mainly in the direction of Mrs. Farrinder said to her, 'Then contribute that! It takes place in what James calls, writing about Hawthorne, "the light fresh American air, unthickened and undarkened by customs and institutions established", which made for a thinness The Bostonians book James and Hawthorne saw it, of social density available for realist novelists.
She had erected it into a sort of rule of conduct that whenever she saw a risk she was to take it; and she had frequent humiliations at finding herself safe after all. As the work became available to the public just over ten years after the November armistice, Hemingway assumed his audience would recognize many of the references.
She is the youngest spirit I know. She insists she is training Verena—but her sexual feelings are obvious to the reader. She could not defend herself against a rich admiration--a kind of tenderness of envy--of any one who had been so happy as to have that opportunity. Doctor Prance had come back from supper and made her appearance in response to an invitation that Miss Birdseye's relaxed voice had tinkled down to her from the hall 31 over the banisters, with much repetition, to secure attention.
He smiled even while he suspected the meaning of the look Miss Chancellor gave him: 'Well, you are not of much account after all! It was german [sic] to the matter, at any rate, for him to observe that he believed they were to have a lecture from Mrs. The general character of the place struck him as Bostonian; this was, in fact, very much what he had supposed Boston to be.
Project Gutenberg updates its listing of IP addresses approximately monthly.The Bostonians is a novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in The Century Magazine in – and then as a book in This bittersweet tragicomedy centers on an odd triangle of characters: Basil Ransom, an unbending political conservative from Mississippi; Olive Chancellor, Ransom's cousin and a zealous Boston feminist; and Verena Tarrant, a pretty protege of Olive's in the.
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When it was first published inThe Bostonians was not welcomed by Henry James's fellow countrymen, who failed to appreciate its delicacy and wit. But over a century later, this book is widely regarded as James's finest American fiction and perhaps his comic masterpiece.
The Bostonians is a brilliant tragicomedy, as fresh and sharp today as when it first appeared. This full critical edition of one of Henry James's most distinctive works will interest researchers, scholars and advanced students of Henry James, and of nineteenth- and.
The Bostonians by Henry James edition. Notes: (1) Italics for emphasis are indicated by upper case, by lower case for the word _I_. Italics and accent marks are removed from foreign words.
(2) The top of each page in the one-volume edition is indicated by a page number in parentheses.