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Pennant key-indexed study guide to Henry James" The ambassadors
Robert L. Gale
by Educational Research Associates in association with Bantam Books, New York in Philadelphia
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 101-110.
|Statement||by Robert L. Gale.|
|Series||Pennant key-indexed study guides, PQ105|
|Contributions||James, Henry, 1843-1916.|
|LC Classifications||PS2116.A53 G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||66030039|
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Henry James was born in New York City into an intellectually gifted and financially secure family on Ap His father, Henry James, Sr., was a well-known theologian and thinker, and his mother, Mary Robertson Walsh, was the daughter of a wealthy Albany cotton merchant and a devout Presbyterian.
Lambert Strether arrives in England as a representative of his benefactress, Mrs. Newsome, with the express purpose of convincing her son, Chad Newsome, to leave off the carefree life he has been leading in Europe and return to the family business in Woollett, Massachusetts.
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Mrs. Newsome never actually appears in the novel. What devices does James employ to make her presence and influence felt throughout the narrative.
Various. The Ambassadors is a novel by Henry James, originally published as a serial in the North American Review (NAR). The novel is a dark comedy which follows the trip of protagonist Lewis Lambert Strether to Europe in pursuit of Chad Newsome, his widowed fiancée's supposedly wayward son; he is to bring the young man back to the family business, but he encounters unexpected complications.
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Subjects: James, Henry, -- Volume I. Preface. Nothing is more easy than to state the subject of “The Ambassadors,” which first appeared in twelve numbers of The North American Review () and was published as a whole the same year.
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The Ambassadors is perhaps the most widely admired of James' novels and is an excellent introduction to his work, for it embodies his most significant themes and the best of his style and technique.
The Ambassadors presents Henry James at the peak of his literary career. The Ambassadors Summary Strether arrives in England and meets up with a frenemy named Waymarsh. But first, he also runs into a woman named Maria Gostrey, who decides to show him around the town.
And a middle-aged American with a blah life can't say nay to attention from a younger woman. full title The Ambassadors. author Henry James. type of work Novel. genre Dark comedy; social study; stream-of-consciousness narrative. language English. time and place writtenEngland. date of first publication publisher North American Review.
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