Nineteenth-century writer Henry James is heartbroken when his first play performs poorly in contrast to Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest and struggles with subsequent doubts about his sexual identity, his decision not to marry, and his difficulties with emotional intimacy. Reprint. 75, 000 first printing.Henry wondered if the story of his sister and the lock of her hair might lighten their journey, but realized that it might have precisely the opposite effect. ... flat in Kensington, he remarked that Alice and Henry would now find Professor James much chastened, ready to rest, ready to ... aMy instructions are clear, a Dr.Thorne said.
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