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...expatriated Americans, even Henry James himself, have always seemed to me somewhat anchorless, rudderless, drifting before the ...
It was hard for an American to understand the contented acceptance by English men and women of permanent places in the lowest soci ...
It needs more skill than I can tell
To play the second fiddle well.
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