The Portrait of A Lady

The Portrait of A Lady

From the author of Daisy Miller, The Wings of the Dove, and The Golden Bowl . . . The heroine of this powerful novel, often considered James's greatest work, is the spirited young American Isabel Archer. Blessed by nature and fortune, she journeys to Europe to seek the full realization of her potential-or in modern terms, "to find herself"-but what awaits her there may prove to be her undoing. During her journey, wooers vie for her attentions, including an English aristocrat, a perfect American gentleman, and a sensitive expatriate. But it is only after the ingenue falls prey to the schemes of an infinitely sophisticated older woman that her life takes on its true form. With its br

James, Henry
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