The Reverberator

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The Reverberator  (1888) 
by Henry James
Accurately described by the leading web authority on Henry James as a "a delightful Parisian bonbon," this graceful comedy traces the complications that result when nasty but true stories about a Paris family get into the American scandal sheet of the novel's title.— Excerpted from The Reverberator on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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