The Golden Bowl by Henry James

The Golden Bowl is a complex narrative that revolves around an American woman and her daughter who marry a father and son. The daughter's husband previously had a romantic relationship with the mother's husband, leading to a tense and intricate web of relationships. The novel explores themes of marriage, adultery, and familial bonds, and is renowned for its detailed characterization and intricate plot structure.

The 434th greatest book of all time


Published
1904
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
500-600
Words
197,000
Original Language
English

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