Near the close of A Small Boy and Others he tells how, in much later years, he dreamed of routing a monstrous attacker and chasing him away through the halls of the Louvre , which he had seen as a child. His older brother William always seemed superior in ability; his classmates scorned his hopelessness at math and science; even at a party he felt too embarrassed to join in the dancing. Although couched in the novelist's densest prose—" late late James," as one critic put it  — A Small Boy and Others has enjoyed mostly favorable commentary. Categories : non-fiction books Books by Henry James. But he still observed and fantasized about all his family and his surroundings had to offer. James clearly suffered from a sense of his inferiority in the "showy", active parts of life.
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