Studies in Henry James
This book collects for the first time all the writings by R. P. Blackmur (1904-1965), a pioneer of New Criticism and major literary force of our century, on Henry James (1843-1916), author of such classic novels as The Europeans, The Portrait of a Lady, and The Ambassadors.
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In the Country of the Blue 1943
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The Golden Bowl Grove Press 1952
Introductions to the Laurel Henry James Series 19581964
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