The Europeans by Henry James

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The Europeans

Felix Young and his sister the Baroness Munster descend upon their Puritan cousins, the Wentworths, in the Arcadian setting of the New England countryside of mid-nineteenth century America. The inevitable clash between European epicureanism and Puritan restraint ensues, providing humour, paradox, and some revealing insight.

Felix Young and his sister the Baroness Munster descend upon their Puritan cousins, the Wentworths, in the Arcadian setting of the New England countryside of mid-nineteenth century America. The inevitable clash between European epicureanism and Puritan restraint ensues, providing humour, paradox, and some revealing insight.

Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Ltd ISBN: 9781848705746 Pages: 150