Two fine Henry James letters, the first to Hamilton, editor of The Independent in New York, discussing an article he has just written and proposing book reviews he would like to do for the publication. "I should like to do R. L. Stevenson's Letters when they appear in the autumn; & strange as it may seem to you, the perusal of Harold Frederick's 2nd posthumous novel—The Market Place—has revived my idea that one can do something with him."
The letter to his nephew, at school in Switzerland, is a Christmas greeting. "I go up to town for a good many weeks as early as I can in January. I long for pavements & street lamps. The short days & the bad roads make too much imprisonment here, & I am growing gross for want of exercise...."
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