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Henry James – Washington Square, Paperback 1984$11.99
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At the age of twenty-two, Catherine Sloper is regarded as a rather mature blossom, such as could be plucked from the stem only with a vigorous jerk. Yet although she is neither clever nor beautiful (her taste in dress verges on the vulgar). Morris Townsend finds Catherine exceedingly charming. Less, it must be admitted, because of her evident goodness and truth than because she is due to inherit a substantial fortune...
- Author: Edited by Brian Lee
- Published: First published in 1860 and republished in 1984
- Type: Literature
- Format: Paperback
- Page: 222
- Language: English
- Special Attributes: Very old and classic book