Henry James

A Light Man by Henry James

“And I—what I seem to my friend, you see—What I soon shall seem to his love, you guess.What I seem to myself, do you ask of me?No hero, I confess.”A Light Woman.—Browning’s Men and Women. April 4, 1857.—I have changed my sky without changing my mind. I resume these old notes in a new world. …

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Julia Bride by Henry James

I She had walked with her friend to the top of the wide steps of the Museum, those that descended from the galleries of painting, and then, after the young man had left her, smiling, looking back, waving all gayly and expressively his hat and stick, had watched him, smiling too, but with a different …

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