Henry James (1843–1916)
A Bundle of Letters
(Macmillan and Co.1877)
A short work, told as a series of letters.
A naïve young American girl visits Paris in an attempt to improve her French. She claims, tellingly, that: “I assure you I am often surprised at my own fluency, and, when I get a little more practice in the genders and the idioms, I shall do very well in this respect.”
It is astonishing what six weeks of private lessons can achieve…
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