The Wings Of The Dove
She waited, Kate Croy, for her father to come in, but he kept her unconscionably, and there were moments at which she showed herself, in the glass over the mantel, a face positively pale with the irritation that had brought her to the point of going away without sight of him.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nittnut - LibraryThing
Rarely have I had to write a negative review for a favorite author. Particularly in the Classics genre. Here goes. W.D. Howells (writer and literary critic and friend of Henry James) said of Henry ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JVioland - LibraryThing
It appears as though his earlier works were better written. By the time I got to "The Wings of the Dove" (1902) I had grown tired of him. By the end of his career, there wasn't a simple action or ... Read full review