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This tome from The Master comes about three years before Washington Square, The Portrait of a Lady and The Bostonians. It?s part of this great canon, but not the best ? an essential for those who?s interests lead them to Edith Wharton and E.M. Forster, but ? it has to be said ? hard work for a reduced return.
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It took a little while to get used to the reader's style, but once I did I found he carried very well both James's prose and the intense suspense he creates.
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The story is good enough to keep me interested but the reader has no concept of putting himself into the story and expressing the emotion behind the words. Every word is clearly enunciated and carefully spaced so that one has the impression of being read to by an automaton.
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