Henry James: The Wings of the Dove
'She Waited, Kate Croy, For Her Father To Come In...'
Mrs. Lowder (nee Manningham) - Aunt Maud - At Lancaster Gate
'Merton Densher, Who Passed The Best Hours Of Each Night At The Office Of His Newspaper...'
'Shortly Afterwards, In Mrs. Lowder's Dvast Drawing Room, He Awaited Her, At Her Request...'
The Two Ladies - Milly Theale And Mrs. Susan Stringham
Lord Mark - Very Neat, Very Light, With A Double Eye-Glass
Mrs. Stringham drinks deep At Lancaster Gate While Milly Is Joined By Kate Croy
Social Circles Intermingle
The Great Historic House At Matcham
'Have You Seen The Picture In The House, The Beautiful One That's So Like You?'
Ten Minutes With Sir Luke Strett
A Chance Meeting At The National Gallery
Kate Croy And Merton Densher Converse
An Invitation To Mrs. Lowder
Milly Theale And Merton Densher
Susan Stringham Visits Mrs. Lowder At Lancaster Gate
Sir Luke Gives His Advice
In Venice - High Florid Rooms, Palatial Chambers
Densher's Hotel - In An Independent Quartiere Far Down The Grand Canal
Merton And Kate - In The Middle Of Piazza San Marco
Five Minutes With Mrs. Stringham Before Dinner
In The Aftermath Of Kate - Questions From Milly
Walking Through Narrow Ways
Merton Densher And Susan Stringham
Sir Luke Stett Arrives
In The December Dusk Of Lancaster Gate
On The Edge Of Christmas
In Sir Luke Stett's Great Square