Published in 1904, The Golden Bowl is the last completed novel of Henry James. In it, the widowed American Adam Verver is in Europe with his daughter Maggie. They are rich, finely appreciative of European art and culture, and deeply attached to each other. Maggie has all the innocent charm of so many of Jamess young American heroines. She is engaged to Amerigo, an impoverished Italian prince; he must marry money, and as his name suggests, an American heiress is the perfect solution.
"Collapses under the weight of its own brilliance"
The St. Charles Players present a unique telling of Henry James' classic tale of relationships and their imperfections, in a new multi-cast dramatization performed in exciting Radio Theatre style.
"Many roads lead to Henry -- this is a gem"
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