Washington Square

Washington Square
In exploring the manners of the elite society of the age, Henry James carefully examines his characters' thoughts and motivations while creating suspense through the struggle between good and evil. This guide to Washington Square will assist teachers in presenting the novel in ways that will make it accessible to a range of students.

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

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