Brooksmith (with audio)

by Sinkronigo publishing

Brooksmith (with audio)
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"Brooksmith" is a short story written by Henry James in 1891. The story is also present in a compilation of 50 Great Short Stories by Milton Crane. The narrator tells the story of Brooksmith, a butler he had once known. Brooksmith was responsible for the preservation of the atmosphere in a retired diplomat's salon where various conversations took place. With the diplomat's death, Brooksmith loses his vocation, which to him was almost a calling. Brooksmith, lonely and...
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"Brooksmith" is a short story written by Henry James in 1891. The story is also present in a compilation of 50 Great Short Stories by Milton Crane. The narrator tells the story of Brooksmith, a butler he had once known. Brooksmith was responsible for the preservation of the atmosphere in a retired diplomat's salon where various conversations took place. With the diplomat's death, Brooksmith loses his vocation, which to him was almost a calling. Brooksmith, lonely and dispirited, works a few odd jobs but falls into poverty and illness. At the end of the story, the narrator reveals that Brooksmith had disappeared, and implies that he may have committed suicide. (Adapted from Wikipedia)

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Title Brooksmith (with audio)
Author Sinkronigo publishing
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Language English
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