Henry James

“Between nine and ten, at last, in the high clear picture--he was moving in these days, as in a gallery, from clever canvas to clever canvas--he drew a long breath: it was so presented to him from the first that the spell of his luxury wouldn't be broken.”


Henry James, The Ambassadors
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The Ambassadors The Ambassadors by Henry James
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