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The American Scene

James, Henry

Editore: Indiana University Press, 1968
ISBN 10: 0253102308 / ISBN 13: 9780253102300
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Titolo: The American Scene

Casa editrice: Indiana University Press

Data di pubblicazione: 1968

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Sinossi: After living abroad for 20 years, Henry James returned to his native America and travelled down the East Coast from Boston to Florida. This a journal describing his feelings on the rediscovery of the New York of his childhood, and the growth of modern commercial America. He muses on Thoreau, Hawthorne and Emerson; in Washington, he finds a cityscape devoid of spiritual symbols; in Richmond, thoughts of the civil war haunt him. Published in 1907, this journal also served as a farewell address to the country James would never live in again.

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