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Henry James

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Eugenia, the daughter of American expatriates, is the morganatic wife of a German prince, who is being urged to divorce her in favour of a state marriage. She and her artist brother, Felix, travel to Boston to meet distant cousins relatives, partially in hopes of making a wealthy marriage.
Its wit, gaiety, and what Rebecca West calls its "clear sunlit charm" have made this masterly short novel one of the most popular of James's novels.

The Europeans

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