Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics)

✓ Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics) Ô Henry James ✓ Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics) Ô Henry James - Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics), Daisy Miller and Other Stories Oxford World s Classics This volume includes Daisy Miller Pandora The Patagonia and Four Meetings ABOUT THE SERIES For over years Oxford World s Classics has made available the widest range of literature from aroun

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✓ Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics) Ô Henry James - Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics), Daisy Miller and Other Stories Oxford World s Classics This volume includes Daisy Miller Pandora The Patagonia and Four Meetings ABOUT THE SERIES For over years Oxford World s Classics has made available the widest range of literature from aroun

  • ✓ Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics) Ô Henry James
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Daisy Miller and Other Stories (Oxford World’s Classics)

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  1. Gratis, si, pero hai erros por todas partes Palabras xuntas, palabras mal traducidas, erros gramaticais En fin, que paga a pena pagar un pouco e desfrutar dun libro en galego en condici ns E outra cousa, a traduci n non est adaptada modificaci n normativa do 2003.En canto obra en si, na mi a opini n non a mellor obra de Henry James e bastante triste.


  2. Una lectura que no te deja indiferente, un paseo por la hipocres a latente en todas las pocas Su autor no juzga a nadie, solo muestra los hechos de una forma objetiva, pero ser el lector capaz de no juzgar a sus protagonistas Una pena el final


  3. pero a novela en si, m is que triste, a min par ceme o reflexo das convenci ns sociais da poca e o papel da muller unha novela corta, que logo se le e resultoume interesante.Sobre a edici n non podo falar


  4. have nothing over Henry James Whatever his many biographers discover about his mundane corporeal existence, James s novels reveal him best, as an inveterate observer his own words a chronic emotional voyeur, always in and never of society, a one way looking glass It made him the great writer he was, though one wouldn t want to BE him Well, as God said to Satan, keeping watch on humans is a dirty job, but somebody has to do it The four long stories in this Oxford Clssic edition were not originall [...]


  5. This novella is a must if you want a taste of Henry James Reveals the ugly American long before that phrase was ever spoken Or, should I say beautiful American Try reading The Turn of the Screw along with this one You ll see the diversity of James.



  6. and I thought it was one of the interesting books we would come to read in American 19th century Literature.



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