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Originally serialised in MacMillan Magazine in 1888 and published in book form later that year, The Reverberator is a short novel about how a piece of scandal published in a popular news sheet... More > reduces a Parisian family to infighting. When Francie Dosson, a kind American girl who possesses little or no tact confides to her friend George Flack a piece of information about the family of her fiancé Gaston Probert, only she is surprised when it duly appears in the scandal sheet (the Reverberator of the title) for whom Flack is a correspondent. With this prompt in place, James goes on to analyse the reactions to Dosson's mistake and in particular how her character – essentially honest and self-critical – leads her to accept responsibility for her actions. Subsequently, Gaston Probert is forced to decide whether or not to marry Dosson, a decision that is informed by the intervention of his sister Suzanne.< Less
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Another Jamesian look at Americans in Paris. What happens when a reporter for an American scandal sheet (The Reverberator) is looking for a good story, though one which might interfere with the... More > marriage plans of a young American woman in the City of Light? This book has been described as "a delicious Parisian bonbon," and its generally good humor stands in contrast with some of the writer's other work.< Less
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The Reverberator is a short novel by Henry James, first published as a serial in Macmillan's Magazine in 1888 and then as a book later the same year. Accurately described by the leading web authority... More > on Henry James as a "a delightful Parisian bonbon," this graceful comedy traces the complications that result when nasty but true stories about a Paris family get into the American scandal sheet of the novel's title.< Less
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Constantine Christofides's autofictional memoirs, "Alexandrine Reverberations", is a must-read for all art and literature lovers. Through the portrait of his childhood, adolescence and... More > early manhood, Christofides embarks us on a moving travelogue tackling the eternal questions of art, love, beauty and destiny.< Less
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Constantine Christofides's autofictional memoirs, "Alexandrine Reverberations" is a must-read for all literature and art lovers. Through the portrait of his childhood, adolescence and early... More > manhood Christofides embarks us on a deep and moving travelogue, tackling the eternal questions of beauty, art, love and destiny. Filled with anecdotes on famous writers (Cavafy and Durrell, among others) and places (Alexandria,New York, Paris, etc.), it is a continuous and refreshing enchantment of the soul, but also a deep reaching reflexion on art, literature and life.< Less
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Reverberating Hills look to re-think the idea of performance spaces. Forming a new face for live music hubs in Memphis, TN, the design aims to link venues of all orders. From indoors, outdoors, and... More > semi-enclosed public spaces, users will visually and auditorilly experience live music and arts shaping the urban and architectural landscape. In contrast to typical performance scenes, the hills use the integration of the light along with assimilation of private and public spaces to drive the cultural music affairs in the urban landscape. Regulated perferations within the hillsides allow for controlled acoustics and lighting in and outside of the venues, ultimately giving inhabitants a unique exposure to music upon each visit.< Less
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Reverberating Pang is a book of emotions those oscillate around the pangs of a human heart emerging on losing a loved one. Each poem of this collection has different shades of heartache. Some contain... More > modesty blended in sadness and longing while some hold hopelessness and patience together, at certain point the character is filled with stubbornness and determination to change the pattern of stars where at the other end it is simply the feeling of isolation, longing, grumbling and melancholy. This book encompasses the entire spectrum of emotions that a person goes through when he or she loses someone or is in the verge of it. It is a collection of 56 poems garnished with 7 micro-poems justifying the need of a fresh breather for the reader and creating necessary bridges in between the full length poems. The writer, by this book, does not claim to change the world or the way it functions, he simply believes that these pieces will be held secured in the arms, near to the hearts of the people who would read.< Less
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