really belonged to the great" (LB, 69). Out on the rue de la Paix, "the maddening city possessedher and she was happy" (LB, 69).The Left Bank was a remarkable beginning for Rhys. For the contemporary reader, these earlystories helped specify "this author's vision of her world" (Davidson, 113). Her mentor, Ford,surely saw her ability and great potential. It is to his credit that he published her first work andencouraged her to pursue the narrative art. So yes I would recommend this story to anotherclassmate because of the reasons stated above.
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