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SEIPTRANSCENDENCE IN THE FICTION OF HENRY JAMES
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achieved Ambassadors American analyzing argues artist basic becomes characters complex Crews critical Densher divine divine-natural Dorothea Krook Dupee Edel elder James essential subject evil experience of self-transcendence explore F. O. Matthiessen faith father's ideas feeling final fortunate fall Frederick Crews fully human Golden Bowl governess hero heroine human experience idea of self-transcendence imagination innocence insight interest international theme Isabel James says Jamesian inheritance Joseph Warren Beach Kate Croy Kate's Lady Lambert Strether Leon Edel living Maggie Maggie's Maisie Knew Maisie's Major Phase man's Matthiessen Merton Densher Milly Theale Milly's moral nature Notebooks novel novelist openness toward experience Ordeal of Consciousness Portrait possibilities preface R.W.B. Lewis reader reality Redeemed Form redemption regeneration religious Richard Poirier Screw sense significance Sir Claude social spiritual SRFM story Strether suggests theology Tony Tanner tragedy tragic transcendence transcendentalist ultimate values W. H. Auden Wings younger Henry James younger James