The Path Of Duty

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Sprache - Englisch

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In 'The Path Of Duty', Henry James weaves a compelling narrative marked by his quintessential intricate psychological depth and finely detailed character study. While the book is presented by DigiCat Publishing in a format that maintains the integrity of its literary heritage, it also caters to contemporary tastes, thus revitalizing the classic for modern readers. The story captures the nuanced interplay of social conventions and personal convictions, challenging the characters' moral compass as they navigate the eponymous path. James's literary style, with its complex sentence structures and richly textured prose, situates this work within his canon and the larger context of 19th-century realism.

Henry James, an acclaimed master of literary realism and psychological insight, pens 'The Path Of Duty' with the same commitment to character exploration that marks his prolific body of work. The author's keen understanding of morality and societal expectations may have been informed by his own bicultural experiences, living between America and Europe. This spirited dedication to examining virtue and human nature is evident throughout this finely crafted narrative, demonstrating his literary prowess.

For enthusiasts of classic literature and admirers of Henry James's oeuvre, 'The Path Of Duty' is a resonant addition to any collection. This DigiCat edition is an invitation to delve into the subtleties of human behavior that James so adeptly portrays, prompting readers to reflect on their own duties and dilemmas. The book is especially recommended for those drawn to intricate analyses of morality within the constraints of societal norms, presented through the lens of an author profoundly skilled at dissecting the human condition.

About the Author

Henry James (1843-1916) was an American-born writer, regarded as one of the key figures of 19th-century literary realism. He is best known for his series of novels in which he portrays the encounters of Americans with Europe and Europeans. His method of writing from the point of view of a character within a tale allows him to explore issues related to consciousness and perception. James refined the narrative prose of literature, affecting various authors who followed his style. Notably, 'The Path of Duty' is among his lesser-cited works, nonetheless holder of the intricate psychological and societal explorations typical of his oeuvre.

His major novels include 'The Portrait of a Lady', 'The Ambassadors', and 'The Wings of the Dove'. James's prose style is layered and intense, often focusing on the internal drama of his characters and the subtlety of social interactions rather than overt action. His literary works continue to be analyzed for their narrative technique and his insightful examination of the human psyche. Moreover, his contributions to literary criticism and early trans-Atlantic literature cast him as a prominent figure not only in American literature but also as an important influence in the broader Western literary canon.

Product Details

Publisher: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 35 Pages

Filesize: 300.3 KB

ISBN: 8596547331384