the portrait of a lady (henry james, 1881)

(And I chose this cover, because her gaze reminds me of Dhanno’s) I’ve always found ‘The Portrait of a Lady’ (Henry James, 1881) ominously disturbing. I think this was my second reading. I was hoping, in some strange way, that it would be different this time. Maybe the story would have changed. Maybe, after all these years, the characters would have changed, that they would … Continue reading the portrait of a lady (henry james, 1881)