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The Ambassadors
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Henry James
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       "I"ve come, you know, to make you break with everything, neither more nor le , and take you straight home; so you"ll be so good as immediately and favourably to consider it!"--Strether, face to face with Chad after the play, had sounded these words almost breathle ly, and with an effect at first positively disconcerting to himself alone. For Chad"s receptive attitude was that of a person who had been gracefully quiet while the me enger at last reaching ......

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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