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James, Henry: Louisa Pallant, v.1, 18 November 2008.
Louisa Pallant (1887)
A short story about the difficulty in discerning a person’s motives.
While travelling in Europe with his nephew, the American narrator meets an old flame, Louisa Pallant, who is travelling with her daughter. The nephew and the daughter hit it off. Why is Louisa Pallant so reluctant to let romance blossom?
Of making many books there is no end [Ecclesiastes, 12.12]
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