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THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Volume 13, Number 3 Fall, 1992 Table of Contents Mary Codman Peabody, Boston Conscientiousness, and "An International Episode." By Alfred Habegger................................ 229 Eros, Art, and Ideology in The Bostonians. By Andrew J. Scheiber.............................. 235 The Ethics of Determinism in Henry James's "In the Cage." By Janet Gabler-Hover.............................. 253 Repetition and Subversion in Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. By John H. Pearson ................................ 275 The Wings of the Dove: "Not Knowing, But Only Guessing." By Kumkum Sangari ............................... 292 The Swiftian Journey of Henry James: Genre and Epistemology in The American Scene. By Helen Killoran .................................306 Henry James in The Bookman of New York. By Arthur Sherbo..................................315 Review of Judith Woolf. Henry James: The Major Novels. By Greg W. Zacharias...............................328 Review of Lynda S. Boren, Eurydice Reclaimed: Language, Gender & Voice in Henry James. By Mary Cross.................................... 330 Index to Volume 13......................................332 The Don Holliday Prizes, 1992 and 1993 Hugh Stevens, Barry Stampfl, and Carolyn B. Brown are the winners of the 1992 Don Holliday Prizes for the best essays on Henry James and Joseph Conrad: Stevens for the best essay on James, "Sexuality and the Aesthetic in The Golden Bowl," Stampfl for the best essay on James and Conrad, "Mapping Conjecture in Henry James and Joseph Conrad: A Stylistic Approach," and Brown for the best essay on Conrad, "Creative Combat in 'Typhoon.'" Adam Bresnick has won an honorable mention for "The Artist That Was Used Up: Henry James's 'Private Life.'" The Conradian will publish Brown's essay; the others will be in the winter issue of the HJR, along with three additional outstanding submissions, by Kristin Boudreau, Richard Salmon, and Jonathan Warren. The prizes have been made possible by the generosity of Mr. Don Holliday and are cosponsored by the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) and the Henry James Society. A call for submissions for the 1993 prizes (due January 31, 1993) has been mailed to James Society members and printed in the October PMLA. ...

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ISSN
1080-6555
Print ISSN
0273-0340
Pages
p. iv
Launched on MUSE
2010-03-25
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