A Man of the Chinese World

From Henry James' novel, The Europeans.
"Remember that I am very fastidious," said the Baroness. "Has he very good manners?" "He will have them with you. He is a man of the world; he has been to China." Madame Munster gave a little laugh. "A man of the Chinese world! He must be very interesting." "I have an idea that he brought home a fortune," said Felix. "That is always interesting. Is he young, good-looking, clever?" "He is less than forty; he has a baldish head; he says witty things. I rather think," added the young man, "that he will admire the Baroness Munster."