By Mary Roberts Rinehart
A vintage novel of romantic fiction and political research.
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Chapter XIV) It is at this very point, we later discover, that Claire's mother and brother decide against Newman, though all we are aware of at the time is the sinister surface. The style is now nearer to tragedy than comedy, but there is no sense of inevitability, for the Bellegardes do Newman what justice they can. Claire loves him up to a point, and would like to come up to the high mark of his womanly ideal, which is 'better' then her own. But her own ideal of obedience to the authority of the family and the church apparently prevails.
He took an interest in copyright matters and authors' societies, always acknowledging the commercial context ofhis composition. 35 Yet after 1904, James's main work as a novelist was done. The long tour of America in that year and the next bore fruit in The American Scene (1907), which is, however, unfinished. He had slowed down considerably. The second volume of the autobiography was less impressive than the first, being eked out with family letters, and the third volume did not get far. There were a few more tales, occasional, rather overblown, essays and an ever-spreading private correspondence, but the evidence of a decline in effectiveness is undeniable.
The New England episode at the beginning of the earlier novel is there in the later one only in reminiscence and conversation, as Strether, a figure much resembling Mallet in temper and inclinations, reconsiders the point of his life during a stay in Chester, London and Paris. In place of the aspiring genius of Roderick Hudson with his unconvincing sculptures, James brings forward the uncertain character of Chad Newsome, who could only toy with artistic training and eventually, to Strether's surprise, but not the reader's, precipitates himself into advertising and returns to the family firm in Massachusetts, as requested by his mother.