The Pupil

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Electric Book Company, 2001 - FICTION - 64 pages
7 Reviews
The poor young man hesitated and procrastinated: it cost him such an effort to broach the subject of terms, to speak of money to a person who spoke only of feelings and, as it were, of the aristocracy. Yet he was unwilling to take leave, treating his engagement as settled, without some more conventional glance in that direction than he could find an opening for in the manner of the large affable lady who sat there drawing a pair of soiled gants de Suede through a fat jewelled hand and, at once pressing and gliding, repeated over and over everything but the thing he would have liked to hear.
  

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User Review  - john nielsen boyack - Goodreads

of course the kid dies! Read full review

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User Review  - Thom Swennes - Goodreads

This novella written in 1891 provided a delightful two hour repast. Unlike other authors of his time, Henry James paints his characters in broad and bold strokes and in such a way as to leave the ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER I
10
CHAPTER II
15
CHAPTER III
21
CHAPTER IV
24
CHAPTER V
30
CHAPTER VI
38
CHAPTER VII
45
CHAPTER VIIII
54
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About the author (2001)

Henry James was born the son of a religious philosopher in New York City in 1843. His famous works include The Portrait of a Lady, Washington Square, Daisy Miller, and The Turn of the Screw. He died in London in 1916, and is buried in the family plot in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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