The Catholic Side of Henry James

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 29, 2009 - Literary Criticism - 192 pages
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The Catholic Side of Henry James reveals the profound Catholic imagery in the work of Henry James. Edwin Fussell questions conventional critical assumptions about James' secularity and shows that James; career began with narratives of Catholic conversion and ended with his masterpiece of Catholic eccentricity and alienation, The Golden Bowl.
  

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Contents

Bibliographical Leads Historical Considerations
1
Representing Catholicity
16
The Narratives of Catholic Conversion
57
Pas de quatre
102
The Catholic Meeacutenage as Literary Space
115
Prove That Im Not Toward the Impossibility of Interpretation
137
Notes
157
Index
163
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