|Book Name:||The House in Paris by Elizabeth Bowen|
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The House in Paris is a novel by Elizabeth Bowen, published in 1935. The story follows the life of a young girl named Henrietta, who is sent to live with her aunt in Paris while her parents are away on business. Henrietta is a curious and imaginative child, and she quickly becomes fascinated by the strange and mysterious house where she is staying.
As Henrietta explores the house and its surroundings, she meets various eccentric and intriguing characters, including a reclusive artist, a disillusioned young man, and a mysterious woman who seems to have a special connection to the house.
Throughout the novel, Henrietta grapples with loneliness and isolation as she tries to make sense of the complex relationships and hidden secrets surrounding her. The House in Paris is a poignant and beautifully written exploration of family, identity, and the search for meaning in a world that can often seem unpredictable and cruel.
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Author(s): Elizabeth Bowen
Publisher: Avon Books, Year: 1979
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