The Master: A Novel

The Master: A Novel

Colm Toibin


“Colm Tóibín’s attractive, sophisticated illumination of Henry James’s internal existence” (The big apple Times) captures the loneliness and wish of a grasp of mental subtlety whose forays into intimacy unavoidably fail these he attempted to love.

Beautiful and profoundly relocating, The grasp tells the tale of Henry James, a guy born into one in all America’s first highbrow households who leaves his nation within the past due 19th century to reside in Paris, Rome, Venice, and London between privileged artists and writers. With stunningly resonant prose, “The grasp is definitely the paintings of a major novelist: crafty, relocating, and extremely appealing” (The manhattan occasions booklet Review). The emotional depth of this portrait is riveting.

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