The Bostonians by Henry James

This novel is a satirical depiction of the post-Civil War feminist movement in Boston. The story revolves around a young feminist advocate, her conservative cousin, and a charming young man who wants to marry her. The novel explores themes of feminism, male dominance, and the battle between tradition and progress. It also provides a critical view of the era's political reformers and abolitionists.

The 2027th greatest book of all time


Published
1886
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
176,000
Original Language
English

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