The Portrait of a Lady

The Portrait of a Lady tells the compelling and ultimately tragic tale of a beautiful young American woman’s encounter with European sophistication. Set principally in England...

Washington Square

Henry James’ stories are classic gems of subtle wit and irony. Set in the exacting social landscape of New York City at the turn of the century, Washington Square is the tale of...

The Turn Of The Screw

Do you want to listen to The Legend of Sleepy Hollow? If so then keep reading…Widely recognized as one of literature's most gripping ghost stories, this classic tale of moral...

The Turn Of The Screw

The Turn of the Screw by Henry James is considered among the best ghost stories ever written in English. It was published in serial form in Collier's Magazine in 1898, but written...

What Maisie Knew

`What Maise Knew‘ (1897) should perhaps have been titled `Divorce for Dummies` instead. In this tense and clever novel, Henry James lays out with perfect clarity what not to do...

Roderick Hudson

Originally published in 1875 as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly, Roderick Hudson is a One has the money but not the talent. One has the talent but not the money. It would seem...

What Maisie Knew

Following a violent and messy divorce, young Maisie Farange floats back and forth between her parents, Beale and Ida, who use her as a weapon to torment each other in their...

The Golden Bowl

Wealthy Maggie Verver has everything she could ever ask for—except a husband and a title. While in Italy, acquiring art for his museum back in the States, Maggie’s...

Washington Square

Washington Square tells the poignant and gently comic story of Catherine Sloper, a sweet and unassuming young heiress, and her fortune-seeking suitor Morris Townsend. Set in New...

The Portrait of a Lady

Following the death of her father, Isabel Archer leaves the comforts of Albany, New York, to stay with her aunt Lydia Touchett at her London estate. There she meets Lydia's rich...

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