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How difficult it is for him then to move freely still in the circles with which he has
been familiar and which have given him his subjects ! His success has changed
him in the eyes of his old associates and they are no longer at home with him .
have nothing much to do with the theme , have given them a peculiar sense of
reality . It is this , however , that has given the French an acute sense of
discomfort . The sermons that Henry James preached to the English on form in
the novel ...
A bit of lovemaking thrown in here and there made the information they were
given sufficiently palatable . The novel was regarded as a convenient pulpit for
the dissemination of ideas and a good many novelists were willing enough to
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