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30) 4. Guy de Maupassant (1850-93), French novelist and short story writer; James had met him during his residence in Paris. 5. Ivan Sergievich Turgenev (1818-83), Russian novelist; James had met him in Paris. 6. Prosper Merimee (1803-70), French novelist and dramatist. 7. Mrs John Lafarge was an old friend of James's from his American years. The episode referred to took place in November 1903. 22 IMPRESSIONS 8. The reference is to James's story 'The Great Good Place', first published in 1900. 9.
145. 'Divinely Interesting'* WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS I had two days in London, and saw James continuously and exclusively. I never saw him more divinely interesting, and he told me I had been useful to him, in giving him a new business perspective. He seemed to have got needlessly but deeply discouraged, and I was able to reassure him of his public here. * Life in Letters of William Dean Howells, II, p. 83. 16 IMPRESSIONS NOTE On Howells, seep. 5. The extract is from a letter to Charles Eliot Norton dated 27 December 1897.
He met me in the hall. His sardonic eye flashing, his little 'goatee' pirouetting with pleasure on his elegant chin, he said, as he took my hand: 'Dear Hugh, I knew that you were fond of me. But I did not know until this morning that Gosse was. In fact I thought the contrary. ' My heart sank. Something dreadful had occurred. 'For God's sake tell me', I murmured. JAMES'S FRIENDSHIPS 25 With delight he showed me the letter. James and I had forgotten altogether to fill in the names of those to whom the letter was sent.