The Golden Bowl

James, Henry

Book - 2001
Average Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5.
The Golden Bowl
This story of the alliance between Italian aristocracy and American millionaires is "a work unique among all [James's] novels: it is [his] only novel in which things come out right for his characters. . . . he had finally resolved the questions, curious and passionate, that had kept him at his desk on his inquiries into the process of living. He could now make his peace with America-and he could now collect and unify the work of a lifetime." -Leon Edel, The Life of Henry James

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Penguin, 2001
ISBN: 0141000902
Branch Call Number: FICTION JAMES
Characteristics: 591 p. ;,20 cm
Additional Contributors: Crick, Patricia
Vidal, Gore 1925-2012


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Jul 15, 2012

Did you actually read the book or did you just type this in for a joke? Please explain why the plot was boring based on the material in the book. Proove to us that you actually read the book.

Aug 05, 2010
  • alexy93 rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

convoluted and boring plot


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