6 edition of The Aspern Papers (Modern Classics) found in the catalog.
The Aspern Papers (Modern Classics)
Henry James Jr.
January 27, 1977
by Penguin (Non-Classics)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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"The Aspern Papers" is a brilliant novella concerning a literary biographer eager to obtain papers about a great American poet presumably left to a lover well over a half century earlier. What ensues is a psychological dance between the three central characters, the narrator--i.e., the literary biographer-- the I purchased a copy of this book /5.
Henry Miller's eerie novel may be put beside his other one, "The Turn of the Screw". Although not a ghost story, "The Aspern Papers" evokes a similarly creepy mood, with its characters' elusive identities, obsessions, and deviousness. Written in Miller's highly sophisticated style, the novel is as admirable for its insights as for its clever by: Two extremely readable tales, Turn Of The Screw is highly recommended to anyone who enjoys an atmospheric storyline, and Aspern Papers an interesting tale which would make a good melodrama if adapted for the big screen.4/5(35).
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