The Sacred Fount
by Henry James
Publisher: Methuen & Co. 1901
Number of pages: 368
James's 1901 novel is his only first-person narrative. The action is seen through the eyes of an unnamed narrator, a novelist attending a weekend party at an English estate. As the story progresses, the narrator begins to detect vast changes in his fellow guests as they begin taking on each other's personalities.
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