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Daisy Miller; The Aspern Papers; The Turn of the Screw; The Beast in the Jungle (Anglais) Relié – 1996

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on dieu que ce livre est pénible à lire!

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ponderous - even for a short novel/novella 17 décembre 2014
Par Capricorn One - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was my first exposure to Henry James, and most reviews said its brevity (~100 pages) enabled it to serve as a "good introduction" to the author. I am not opposed to reading classics, but often times they are difficult reading (and in many cases are intended to be). I've read Classics and enjoyed them (e.g. Anna Karenina, Crime and Punishment, etc.), but if this is an accurate representation of James' writing style, I doubt I'll read any more of his books. The story itself is interesting - a literary critic ingratiates himself under false pretenses to obtain (by hook or crook) the papers of a famous poet. But James, even in this short form novella, is the polar opposite of Hemingway, i.e. writing 200 words to convey a scene are better than 20 words. In short, this is ponderous reading. I guess I feel good about having finally read something of James, but again - maybe unfairly - I wouldn't be anxious to read more of his works based on this example.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful, Terrible Tale 7 août 2009
Par Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire, Esq. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The two previous reviewers have superbly praised the quality of this spoken word production -- it is flawless. The story itself is perhaps my all-time favourite tale by Henry James -- although I am also partial to THE SACRED FOUNT. I love when James is strange -- and this tale of obsession is very weird. It effects different people in a diversity of ways. Sheldon M. Novick, in his fascinating if eccentric two-volume biography of James, writes rather stuffily of the story thus:

"The story was a cruel joke, and it concerned people who were still living; but the story was a great success. The atmosphere of Venice is beautifully evoked, much of the action occurs in an improbably garden, and narrator's evil deception is at home in the atmosphere of mingled innocence and corruption."

I recently purchased, from Amazon, the excellent DVD of James's tales, AFFAIRS OF THE HEART, and "The Aspern Papers" was one of the tales featured. This televised production shewed the real tragedy of the tale, the fate of poor Miss Tita, to whom was waved a phantom promise of romance, merely to have the spectral promise sink from view, like the clothes of Constance that James tried to drown after her unspeakable suicide (if such her death may be proclaimed). This magnificent story is so much more than a "cruel joke," as Novick unimaginatively complains. It is human drama of a rare kind, deeply felt and superbly expressed by a Master of his Art. The dramatic reading of the story here offered is a fine representation of a classic of its kind.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 "The Aspern Papers": Henry Miller's Gothic Novel 23 octobre 2014
Par Peter C. Morrison - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Henry Miller's eerie novel may be put beside his other one, "The Turn of the Screw". Although not a ghost story, "The Aspern Papers" evokes a similarly creepy mood, with its characters' elusive identities, obsessions, and deviousness. Written in Miller's highly sophisticated style, the novel is as admirable for its insights as for its clever plot.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great story telling 30 décembre 2014
Par Skylark - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When a gentleman writer seeking fame and possible fortune, conspires to pry private letters of a bygone poet from a reclusive and sickly old woman in Venice, he confronts his own sense of honor. The accompanying 1891 short story might be the model for many future fictional butlers, including those in Downton Abbey.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth reading! 20 février 2015
Par Humberto Hernandez Sanchez - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is a very interesting novel. You never know what is going to happen and the people in the novel has many different personalities. A great novel by Henry James!
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