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Andy Prindl masqerades as Henry James

[Andy Prindl masqerades as Henry James] After a long and extremely distinguished career as an international banker, and an author of many books on financial markets, Andy Prindl began creating historical and literary anthologies on fascinating places, in many of which he had lived. The most recent of these is A Companion to Rye and Winchester, two towns on the South Coast of England. While living in Rye, where Henry James had also lived, Andy played James in James's own house during the Rye Festival, giving a long monologue about his life, works, and love of the town. As Andy himself says, “He and I both were/are elderly, plump, bald and American, so the audience almost thought I was James come back to life.”


 

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