Tales of Henry James: The Texts of the Stories, the Author on His Craft, Background and Criticism Character Descriptions

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Daisy Millerappears in Daisy Miller A Study

This person travels in Europe and dies of malaria in Rome.

Pembertonappears in The Pupil

This person is the quintessential weak, ineffective hero, even though this character graduated with honors from both Yale and Oxford.

Miss Juliana Bordereauappears in Aspern Papers

This person is hides her compelling eyes with a green eyeshade.

Morgan Moreen appears in The Pupil

This person is a child of bankrupt parents.

Brooksmithappears in Brooksmith

This person is a refined, well-educated butler.

The Monarchsappears in The Real Thing

These people are genteel, upper-class Brits.

Mr. Winterbourneappears in Daisy Miller A Study

This person watches a young American risk being corrupted.

Duncombeappears in The Middle Years

This person is an aging author.

Dr. Hughappears in The Middle Years

This person is a recent graduate from medical school, working as personal physician to a wealthy aristocrat.

The Telegraphistappears in In the Cage

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