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Roderick Hudson

When wealthy Rowland Mallet first sees a sculpture by Roderick Hudson, he is astounded and pronounces it to be a work of genius, and is equally entranced by the sculptor's beauty, spirit and charisma. Wishing to give the impoverished artist the opportunity to develop his talent, he takes Roderick from America to Rome, where he becomes the talk of the city. But Roderick soon loses his inspiration and Rowland loses control of his protégé, while both fall in love with women they cannot ever have.

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  • "When wealthy Rowland Mallet first sees a sculpture by Roderick Hudson, he is astounded and pronounces it to be a work of genius, and is equally entranced by the sculptor's beauty, spirit and charisma. Wishing to give the impoverished artist the opportunity to develop his talent, he takes Roderick from America to Rome, where he becomes the talk of the city. But Roderick soon loses his inspiration and Rowland loses control of his protégé, while both fall in love with women they cannot ever have."@en
  • "Published in book form in 1876, Roderick Hudson was said by James to be his first attempt at a complex and full-length narrative." The story follows the complicated relationship between Roderick Hudson, a talented but poor American sculptor, and his patron, the repressed Rowland Mallet, who takes Roderick to Italy to further his art. It is a revealing portrayal of the demise of an artist."
  • "Roderick Hudson is a novel by Henry James. Originally published in 1875 as a serial in The Atlantic Monthly, it is a bildungsroman that traces the development of the title character, a sculptor.-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."@en
  • "Le portrait d'un jeune artiste au destin tragique."
  • "In this beautifully wrought novel from master of American fiction Henry James, a talented young sculptor is taken under the wing of a rich and powerful patron who attempts to help foster the full emergence of the sculptor''s creative prowess by setting him up in grand style in Italy. However, plans rarely go off as conceived, and before long, the sculptor Roderick finds himself unable to work and in love with the wrong woman."@en

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  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Rome (Italy)"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Roman américain"
  • "Yellowbacks"@en
  • "Pastoral fiction"@en
  • "Pastoral fiction"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"

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  • "Roderick Hudson In 2 vol"
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