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Taking it all in all I am bound to conclude that the professor at her college would
not have given me very high marks. The second lesson I had was given me by a
don, both intelligent and charming, who happened to be staying with me when I ...
I saw the short story as a narrative of a single event, material or spiritual, to which
by the elimination of everything that was not essential to its elucidation a dramatic
unity could be given. I had no fear of what is technically known as 'the point.
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 ...
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