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expansive proliferation of detail, would be less exasperating, but less exhilarating as we I I. In the final pages of her text, In her chapter on "Sufficiency," Banta's cast of characters come to the conclusion that success in America must be defined by an acceptance of "just enough"—more than we might expect, less than we have a right to hope for (p. 524). Perhaps it is just such "sufficiency" that we have here. Jerome H. Rosenberg Miami University (Ohio) THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Volume II, 1980-1981 Author Index Berkson, Dorothy. Tender-Minded Idealism and Erotic Repression in James's "Madame de Mauves" and "The Last of the Valerii"...............................................................78-86 Bies, Werner. Review of Franz Link, Geschichte der amerikanischen Erzà 'hlkunst im 19. Jahrhundert.................................................................................153 Blackall, Jean Frantz. The Case for Mrs. Brookenham.............................................155-61 Brent, Jonathan. Review of Stephen DonadÃ-o, Nietzsche, Henry James, and the Artistic Wi II...............................................................................70-71 Cain, William E. Review of three new reference guides to James studies [by Babilha, McCo I gan, and Scura I........................................................................ 73-75 Craig Randal 1. "Readllng] the unspoken into the spoken": Interpreting What Maisie Knew.........204-272 Daugherty, Sarah B. Taine, James, and Balzac: Toward an Aesthetic of Romantic Realism...........12-24 Dyson, J. Peter. Perfection, Beauty, and Suffering In "The Two Faces"...........................116-25 Edel, Leon. The Three Travelers in Engl ish Hours................................................167-71 Fogel, Daniel Mark. From the editor.............................................................76-77 Fussell, Edwin Sill. Sympathy in The Portrait of a Lady and The Golden Bowl..................... 161-66 Gargano, James W. James's The Sacred Fount: The Phantasmagori cal Made Evidential...............49-60 Hardt, John S. See Hocks. 230 Hocks, Richard A. and John S. Hardt. James Studies 1978-1979: An Analytic Bib I iographical Essay....................................................................... 132-52 Kasten, Carren 0. Review of Judith Fetterley, The Resisting Reader: A Feminist Approach to American Fiction................................................................68-69 Keyser, Elizabeth. Veils and Masks: The Blithedale Romance and The Sacred Fount................101-110 Mazzel Ia, Anthony J. "The Illumination [That] Was All for the Mind": The BBC Video Adaptât 1 on of The Golden Bowl...............................................................213-27 Monteiro, George. Review of Henry Nash Smith, Democracy and the Novel: Popular Resistance to Classic American Writers..............................................71 -73 O'Connor, Dennis L. Intimacy and Spectatorsh i Ï• in The Portrait of a Lady.........................25-35 Rosenberg, Jerome H. Review of Martha Banta, Failure and Success in America: A Literary Debate...........................................................................228-30 Rowe, John Carlos. Who'se Henry James: Further Lessons of the Master............................2-11 Sklepowich, E. A. Gossip and Gothicism In The Sacred Fount......................................112-15 Stafford, William T. The Portrait of a Lady: The Second Hundred Years..........................91-100 Stern, Madeleine B. A Lesson for the Master: Henry James and A. K. Loring.......................87-90 Tintner, Adeline R. Roderick Hudson: A Centennial Reading.......................................172-98 Torsney, Cheryl 3. Prince Amerigo's Borgia Heritage.............................................126-31 Unrue, Darlene Harbour. The Occult Metaphor as Technique in The Portrait of a Lady..............199-203 Vanderbilt, Kermit. "Complicated Music at Short Order" in 'fordham Castle"......................61-66 Williams, M. A. The Drama of Maisie's Vision....................................................36-48 231 ...


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