She also rejects the hand of Caspar Goodwood, the charismatic son and heir of a wealthy Boston mill owner. Henry James initially describes a character as they enter the piece, but throws bits and pieces out as the book progresses to give the reader more to chew as Two of the main works that depict slavery are The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. Henry James was born in 1843 to a wealthy New York City family, with his father a clergyman and well-connected intellectual. James's older brother William Critics agree that James based the The Portrait of a Lady's Isabel Archer on his beloved cousin, the energetic and charismatic Minny Temple... For Henry James, who spent most of his life there, Europe was a snake pit for naive Americans, who were prey to the intrigues of more devious cultures.
By Henry James. "Anywho, the name: As I was saying, Henry James himself will be our narrator - yes, we're aware that he's been dead since 1916, thank you - OK, an actor portraying Henry James will be our narrator, and he'll comment upon what happens in the... By Henry James.