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I enjoyed the book immensely, and after finishing it I began reading the Afterword by Michael Cunningham.
Washington Square is easily my favorite among the Henry James novels I have read, outdoing even James' magnificent gothic masterpiece, The Turn of the Screw.
Henry James's novel looks almost alarmingly simple: A young woman must choose between the love of a father and the love of a young man.
Elegant and witty at the start,but kind of slows down near the end.Published 1 month ago by Michael Lewyn
An excellent read after watching the movie, The Heiress. Characters of Henry James are timeless and real. Don't miss the experience.Published 8 months ago by Sandra J. Wehle
The old movie The Heiress was better than this book! I found the style of writing stiff and hard to understand!Published 9 months ago by LAURA Y HURST
I don't remember ordering this item. I can not tell what this is a picture of. I don't recall it.Published 10 months ago by paul m
If you've never seen the movie The Heiress you should. This wonderful story was its inspiration. The historical I site into an earlier time is grand.Published 11 months ago by M. Zelle
Well written, dated, but lovely story! Worth the read! Very refreshing to read a book so well written! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Pansy Yokum
It is a fine and touching story with wonderful local colour and humour as well as a terrible sense of how being in the right can be a form of tyranny. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Maureen
This is a criticism of the book's condition upon receipt rather than the book itself. I bought it for pennies, but it was advertised as in very good condition and it was not. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. Sample