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The Ambassadors
book seventh   Chapter III
Henry James
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       At four o"clock that afternoon he had still not seen him, but he was then, as to make up for this, engaged in talk about him with Mi Gostrey. Strether had kept away from home all day, given himself up to the town and to his thoughts, wandered and mused, been at once restle and absorbed--and all with the present climax of a rich little welcome in the Quartier Marboeuf. "Waymarsh has been, "unbeknown" to me, I"m convinced"--for Mi Gostrey had enquired ......

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Preface
book first
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book second
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
book third
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
book fourth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
book fifth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book sixth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book seventh
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book eighth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book ninth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book tenth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
book eleventh
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
   Chapter IV
book twelfth
   Chapter I
   Chapter II
   Chapter III
   Chapter IV
   Chapter V