Henry James: Fiction as History

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Ian F. A. Bell, Ian F. Bell
Rowman & Littlefield, 1985 - 188 עמודים
This collection of new essays relates James's work to the political and social issues of his day, making this outstanding literary figure accessible to a broader reading public. Contributors include Richard Godden and Charles Swann, Millicent Bell and Deborah Phillips.

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Introduction
7
Money History and Writing in Henry James Assaying Washington Square
11
Henry James and The Papers
49
The Turn of the Screw and the Recherche de LAbsolu
65
Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is The Celebration of Absence in The Wings of the Dove
82
The Intimate Difference Power and Representation in The Ambassadors
98
Representing the Author Henry James Intellectual Property and the Work of Writing
114
James as Janus Opposition and Economy
137
Some Slight Shifts in the Manner of the Novel of Manners
156
Notes on Contributors
185
Index
187
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