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The Wings of the Dove
The Wings of the Dove
Author: Henry James
ISBN: 1626

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James' poignant, ironic work that explores what happens when a co-conspirator falls in love with "the mark."
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James is incredibly detailed and though I love this film, I found the book to be rather slow moving.
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A passionate romance set in London and Venice at the turn of the 20th century
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For fans of turn of the century American culture, Henry James never lets you down. Illustrative, well crafted stories, combining American & European influences. A beautiful book.
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The nationwide revival of interest in the writings of Henry James has created the demand for this new, popular-priced edition of The Wings of the Dove. Considered by its author the most ambitious, by his critics the most perceptive and by his ever-growing circle of devotees his most highly sustained novel, it is given a distinguished place in the Modern Library series beside five of his widely read works: The Portrait of a Lady, The Turn of the Screw and the Lesson of the Master, Washington Square, and The Short Stories of Henry James.