Henry James, Confidence, (1879).
An early Henry James novel: a light comedy.. Two Americans in Europe – one an artist, the other a scientist – fall for the same girl. Many complications ensue.
The novel just might be wondering how far life and love can be conducted on rational, scientific lines. It might be intended as a light-hearted contrast between the outlook of Henry James (the artist) and his brother William (the scientist). But it’s largely light-hearted in tone.
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