Henry James'
Books on Film

"There are few hours in life more agreeable
than the hour dedicated to
the ceremony known as afternoon tea."
(The Portrait of a Lady)

The Bostonians
A lush drama of the feminist movement in post-Civil War New England.

Daisy Miller
This Henry James melodrama is about a spoiled, socially naive American girl destroyed by European mores.

The Portrait of a Lady
A splendid story of an American young woman brought to England by her aunt.

The Turn of the Screw
A governess fights the forces of darkness for the souls of two children.

The Wings of the Dove
This beautiful tale contrasts a wealthy young American with European fortune hunters who are ultimately shamed by the dying heroine's goodness.

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