The Spoils of Poynton (London: William Heinemann, 1897)

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THE SPOILS OF
POYNTON



By the Same Author, 6s. each.


Pall Mall Gazette.—"These four stories are so clever, that one can only raise one's hands in admiration."


The Times.—"Mr. James's stories are a continued protest against superficial workmanship and slovenly style. He is an enthusiast who has devoted himself to keeping alive the sacred fire of genuine literature ; and he has his reward in a circle of constant admirers, whose sympathy encourages him to persevere."

London: WILLIAM HEINEMANN



THE

SPOILS OF POYNTON




By Henry James

AUTHOR OF

"TERMINATIONS," "EMBARRASSMENTS"







LONDON: WILLIAM HEINEMANN

MDCCCXCVII





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