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“Glasses” is an 1896 short story by Henry James. A young woman whose only asset is a supremely beautiful face is about to make a society marriage until her fiancé discovers that, being virtually blind, she needs thick glasses which ruin her looks.  “Glasses” first appeared in the Atlantic Monthly in February 1896. Its hardcover debut, in a volume titled Embarrassments, came in June 1896 from London publisher William Heinemann and the Macmillan Company in New York. Three other stories appear in the book: “The Figure in the Carpet”, “The Next Time”, and “The Way It Came”.

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Glasses Summary

The anonymous narrator, a bachelor artist, visits Folkestone and sees a young woman with an astonishly beautiful face. From a friend, the widowed Mrs Meldrum who has to wear disfiguring glasses, he learns that she is Flora Saunt, an orphan. She has an admirer in Lord Iffield, heir to a country estate but not very bright. Another admirer, also well off, is Geoffrey Dawling, who is intelligent and sympathetic but not good looking.

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Name Of the Novel: Glasses
Author: Henry James
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Genre: Short story
Published in: Atlantic Monthly
Publication type: Periodical
Publisher: William Heinemann
Media type: Print (Magazine)
Publication date: February 1896
Book Type: Pdf / ePub

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