Henry James’ stories are classic gems of subtle wit and irony. Set in the exacting social landscape of New York City at the turn of the century, Washington Square is the tale of a wealthy but shy young woman caught between conflicting family expectations. John McDonough’s warm narration traces her remarkable inner journey.
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Our Book Club read this novel. We are a critical literary group and WS was an excellent study in early 1900's literature. We are now reading 'The Master' by Colm Toibin in a study of Henry James.
When the sister of the suitor told the Doctor 'Don't let your daughter marry my brother". That turned the tide.
His deep well spoken voice was easy to listen to and suited the story.
Enjoyable listening experience.
John McDonough was a good narrator.
No, this was not a book I planned to listen to in one sitting.
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