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Get this from a library! The question of Henry James: a collection of critical essays. (F W Dupee).
Henry James; A Collection of Critical Essays book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.Henry James for the American Men of Letters Series by F.W. Dupee (1974) The Question of Henry James: A Collection of Critical Essays (1947) The King of the Cats and Other Remarks on Writers and Writing (1965)- A collection of essays consisting mostly of previously published book reviews.One of a series of works aimed at presenting contemporary critical opinion on major authors, this collection includes essays by Leon Edel, Joseph Conrad, Max Beerbohm, Ezra Pound, Edith Wharton, Percy Lubbock, Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, Van Wyck Brooks, Edmund Wilson, E. M. Forster, William Troy, Pelham Edgar, Stephen Spender, Graham Greene, Austin Warren, Adeline Tintner, and Irving Howe.
Essays and criticism on Henry James - Critical Essays. The distinctive focus of James’s early fiction is undoubtedly what the author himself dubbed the international theme. From Roderick Hudson.Read More
Essays and criticism on Henry James' The Turn of the Screw - The Turn of. There is no question of the governess. Edel, Leon, ed. Henry James: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood.Read More
The question of Henry James: a collection of critical essays edited by F. W. Dupee Henry Holt, c1945.Read More
Henry James (1843-1916) was born on April 15, 1843 to Henry James, Sr., and his wife, Mary Walsh Robertson. His older brother William was born in 1842, and younger siblings Garth Wilkinson, Robertson, and Alice were born in 1845, 1846, and 1848, respectively.Read More
Creeger, George R. (Eds.) () George Eliot :a collection of critical essays. MLA Citation. Creeger, George R.,eds. George Eliot: A Collection Of Critical Essays.: . Print. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed.Read More
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I read this in a collection of Henry James essays on writing and writers. I really enjoyed The Art of Fiction itself, as it is very encouraging to budding young writers like myself, and his articles on Turgenev were incredibly interesting, but the essay The New Novel put me off Henry James forever.Read More
Philip Horne is a teacher and literary critic specializing in 19th century literature, particularly Henry James and Charles Dickens.Educated at King's College School and Cambridge University, he is currently Professor of English at University College London. Horne has authored or edited a number of book about Henry James. In 1990 he published Henry James and Revision: The New York Edition, a.Read More
Her indebtedness to Henry James is re-examined. Her more notable novels, such as The Age of Innocence, which won a Pulitzer prize, The House of Mirth, her masterful social portrait, and Ethan Frome, her tale of New England poverty In this collection of criticisms, Edith Wharton's unique gifts as a story-teller and her superb talents as a craftsman are carefully evaluated.Read More
Henry James, American novelist and, as a naturalized English citizen from 1915, a great figure in the transatlantic culture. His fundamental theme was the innocence and exuberance of the New World in clash with the corruption and wisdom of the Old, as illustrated in such works as Daisy Miller.Read More