This is a play by Henry James is a colossal failure.
Royal Hospital in Dublin
This is where Lady Wolseley plays friend and foe and Henry meets Hammond.
Apartment in Kensington, London
This is Henry's home and office until moving up to Rye.
Temple Sisters' Home in New Hampshire
This is his cousins' home where Henry oversees Minny Temple's courtship with Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and John Gray.
Henry's typist serves the story more as a device than a character, because his arrival on the scene improves Henry's writing but limits his ability to travel.
Lamb House in Rye
Henry could not be happier when his ideal home becomes available in the quaint town of Rye. Henry will finally have a permanent dwelling, which, to Henry, represents a solid protection from the world.
Childhood home of the James family and also of...
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