The Bostonians

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The Bostonians (1886) is a novel with political overtones by Henry James, which satires the elite in Boston while criticizing the feminist approach. At 434 pages in print editions, it is a substantial work, and available in the public domain today.

Even critics have admired how well-written this novel is.

Some passages go on for quite a while without any dialog.