The other house

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Everyman,
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c1996.
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When THE OTHER HOUSE first appeared in 1896 it caused one critic to declare thatit was the work which would secure James's literary reputation.Presented in 3 acts, THE OTHER HOUSE combines James's skills as a dramatist with the craftmanship of his novels.The story revolves around two neighbouring households their loves and rivalries.Meddlesome matchmaking, a death by drowning and unspoken yet all-consuming passions feature in this work, which is little known but displays the qualities which distinguish James's more established masterpiec
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subject_facetCourtship -- Fiction
Friendship -- Fiction
Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- Fiction
title_displayThe other house
title_fullThe other house / Henry James ; introduction by Tony Tanner, consultant editor for this volume, Christopher Bigsby
The other house [electronic resource] James, Henry, 1843-1916.
title_shortThe other house
topic_facetCourtship
Friendship
Social life and customs