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A Historical Guide to Henry James

John Carlos Rowe, Eric Haralson - History - 2012 - 271 pages
The New York City-born Henry James (1843-1916)-eminent novelist, amateur psychologist, inveterate bachelor-epitomizes, to many, the turn-of-the-century literary observer of ...
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Reading the Middle Generation Anew: Culture, Community, and Form in ...

Eric Haralson - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 271 pages
Ten original essays by advanced scholars and well-published poets address the middle generation of American poets, including the familiar---Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop ...
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Henry James and the Supernatural

Kimberly C. Reed, Anna Despotopoulou - Literary Criticism - 2011 - 212 pages
This book is a collection of essays on ghostly fiction by Henry James. The contributors analyze James's use of the ghost story as a subgenre and the difficult theoretical ...
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Henry James and the Suspense of Masculinity

Leland S. Person - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 206 pages
Using insights from feminist studies, men's studies, and gay and queer studies, Leland Person examines Henry James's subversion of male identity and the challenges he poses to ...
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Acting Beautifully: Henry James and the Ethical Aesthetic

Sigi Jottkandt - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 196 pages
Addresses ethical and aesthetic issues in three major works by Henry James.
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Henry James Against the Aesthetic Movement: Essays on the Middle and Late ...

David Garrett Izzo, Daniel T. O'Hara - Literary Collections - 2014 - 246 pages
"These 11 essays, along with an introduction and an afterword, examine the middle and late phases of James's work. Topics include the Henry James revival of the 1930s; three of ...
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Learning from Experience: Minority Identities, Multicultural Struggles

Paula M. L. Moya - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 247 pages
In "Learning from Experience, "Paula Moya offers an alternative to some influential philosophical assumptions about identity and experience in contemporary literary theory ...
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Imaginary Communities: Utopia, the Nation, and the Spatial Histories of ...

Phillip E. Wegner - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 323 pages
Drawing from literary history, social theory, and political critique, this far-reaching study explores the utopian narrative as a medium for understanding the social space of ...
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