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The Story of a Masterpiece

By James, Henry

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Title: The Story of a Masterpiece  
Author: James, Henry
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Part 1. NO longer ago than last Summer, during a six weeks? stay at Newport, John Lennox became engaged to Miss Marian Everett of New York. Mr. Lennox was a widower, of large estate, and without children. He was thirty?five years old, of a sufficiently distinguished appearance, of excellent manners, of an unusual share of sound information, of irreproachable habits and of a temper which was understood to have suffered a trying and salutary probation during the short term of his wedded life. Miss Everett was, therefore, all things considered, believed to be making a very good match and to be having by no means the worst of the bargain.

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Table of Contents: The Story of a Masterpiece, 1 -- By Henry James, 1 -- PART I, 1 -- PART II, 13


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