The Collected Works of
An author whose world of glittering society so elegantly portrayed, is darkened with sinister shadows where apparently innocent relationships suddenly become twisted, obsessive or morbid. His Turn of the Screw, filmed as ‘The Innocents’, has been called the most haunting story of the unknown in all literature. Washington Square was tremendously successful on stage and on film as ‘The Heiress’ . . . Portrait of a Lady was dramatised on TV with Richard Chamberlain . . . there is no shortage of evidence of how deeply, and increasingly, the world is under the spell of Henry James.
This 10-volume, richly-grained collection is exquisitely bound in royal blue Kidron.