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Ambassadors

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4 out of 5
Based on 1,434 Ratings and 195 Reviews

Book Description
The Ambassadors, which Henry James considered his best work, is the most exquisite refinement of his favorite theme: the collision of American innocence with European experience. This time, James recounts the continental journey of Louis Lambert Strether--a fiftysomething man of the world who has been dispatched abroad by a rich widow, Mrs. Newsome. His mission: to save her son Chadwick from the ... More
Book Information
PublisherOrion Publishing Group
BindingPaperback (201 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages464
ISBN-100460871609
ISBN-13978-0460871600
Publication Date08/15/1998
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About Henry James (Author) : Henry James was a published author and an editor. Some of the published credits of Henry James include The Bostonians (Everyman's Library (Paper)), The Ambassadors, Partial Portraits.
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About Sandra Kemp (Editor) : Sandra Kemp is a published editor of children's books. Published credits of Sandra Kemp include The Moonstone (Penguin Classics), Ambassadors (Everyman's Library (Paper)), Five Children and It (The Wo... more
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