Tag: American Literature
Book Review: The Portrait of a Lady, by Henry James
“Throughout these pages, the reader finds the brushwork of the master, and like all great artists, James can not only paint a story by the prowess of his craft, but, simultaneously, he hangs a mirror of enigmas and human complexity. Every reader can relate to the figurative handcuff’s persons’ finds themselves confined to.” —W. Alexander
Reading Old Books: American Literature
If you want to know how a specific set of people, in a specific century, felt over a specific issue, read their popular writing.