The Ivory Tower by Henry James

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Author James, Henry, 1843-1916
Author of introduction, etc. Lubbock, Percy, 1879-1965
LoC No. 17029022
Title The Ivory Tower
Note "One of the two novels which Henry James left unfinished at his death ... designed to consist of ten books. Three only of these were written, with one chapter of the fourth, and except for the correction of a few obvious slips the fragment is here printed in full and without alteration ... The pages of preliminary notes, also here printed in full, were not of course intended for publication."--Preface (signed: Percy Lubbock)
Credits Laura Natal Rodrigues at Free Literature (Images
generously made available by The Internet Archive.)
Credits Laura Natal Rodrigues at Free Literature (Images generously made available by The Internet Archive.)
Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject Inheritance and succession -- Fiction
Subject Psychological fiction
Subject Rich people -- Fiction
Subject Capitalists and financiers -- Fiction
Subject Newport (R.I.) -- Fiction
Subject Young adults -- Fiction
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EBook-No. 62979
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Most Recently Updated May 20, 2023
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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