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100 1  James, Henry,|d1843-1916. 
245 14 The Bostonians|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cHenry 
       James. 
250    Unabridged. 
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520    From Boston's social underworld emerges Verena Tarrant, a 
       girl with extraordinary oratorical gifts, which she 
       deploys in tawdry meeting-houses on behalf of "the 
       sisterhood of women." She acquires two admirers of a very 
       different stamp: Olive Chancellor, devotee of radical 
       causes and marked out for tragedy; and Basil Ransom, a 
       veteran of the Civil War who holds rigid views concerning 
       society and women's place therein. Is the lovely, 
       lighthearted Verena made for public movements or private 
       passions? A struggle to possess her, body and soul, 
       develops between Olive and Basil.The exploitation of 
       Verena's unregenerate innocence reflects a society whose 
       moral and cultural values are failing to survive the new 
       dawn of liberalism and democracy. When it was first 
       published in 1886, The Bostonians was not welcomed by 
       Henry James's fellow countrymen, who failed to appreciate 
       its delicacy and wit. But over a century later, this book 
       is widely regarded as James's finest American fiction and 
       perhaps his comic masterpiece. 
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