The Ambassadors ( Unabridged Classics) : The Originals
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ISBN: 9789353763664 Pages: 435 Size: 129 x 198 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 300 gm.
About The Book
Live all you can; itâs a mistake not to.â worried that her son, Chad, may have succumbed to the charms of the alluring city of Paris, and the mysterious br>Madam de VI on NET, Mrs new some sends her âambassadorâ Lambert stretched to Paris to bring him back. However, strether himself falls under the spell of Paris, and finds Chad a rather refined man. Over time, Mrs new some is convinced that she should send another âambassadorâ to confront the two men. A compelling story about stretches, his journey and its unexpected conclusion, the ambassadors is a novel teeming with sensitive characters, lost youth, and people caught in the frenzied pace of life. Woven around Jamesâ favourite br>Theme - The clash of American innocence and the European experience - The ambassadors, considered Henry Jamesâ finest work, is a searing portrait of a man's awakening. Published in 1903, It still remains a timeless classic.
About Henry James
HENRY JAMES, born on 15 April 1843, was an American writer An avid reader since childhood, James was deeply interested in understanding different cultures. Till the age of 12, he was educated by private tutors. Thereafter, he studied at different schools in Paris, Geneva, and Bonn. In 1862, he sought admission in Harvard Law School. However, he soon withdrew to focus on his writing. Over nearly 51 years, he wrote 20 novels, 112 short stories, and 12 plays. Amongst his notable works are The American (1877), The Tragic Muse (1890), The Awkward Age (1899), and The Golden Bowl (1904). He also wrote several reviews, stories, and articles for The Atlantic Monthly and The North American Review. His works have been translated into several languages. Known as the torch bearer of the 20th-century "stream-of- consciousness" movement, James passed away in London on 28 February 1916.