In The Europeans, Eugenia, Baroness Munster, is about to be repudiated by her husband, a German prince. With her artist brother, she travels to Boston to visit relatives that she has never met in the hope of finding a wealthy new husband. Their uncle, Mr. Wentworth, sets them up in a nearby house, and his children, Gertrude, Charlotte, and Clifford, soon become friends with their newly found cousins. Felix, who is old-world charming, amuses himself by painting flattering portraits of the Bostonians and numerous amorous intrigues develop between the European visitors and their new American friends.
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