The Bostonians - Henry James Reviews
Description:ISBN 0140437665 / Author: Henry James / Genre: Classic Literature / Basil, an ambitious lawyer, comes to Boston to seek his fortune. Through his suffragette cousin, Olive, he meets Verena, the beautiful daughter of a showman. Olive hopes to recruit Verena for the feminist ... more
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Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD, Tantor Media, Inc
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