restricted access   Volume 28, Number 3, Fall 2007

Table of Contents

From: The Henry James Review

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Jamesian Forms: Introduction

pp. 199-201
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Henry James and Dirty French Novels

pp. 202-212
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What Does Jamesian Style Want?

pp. 213-222
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"Ghostlier Demarcations, Keener Sounds": Scare Quotes in "The Jolly Corner"

pp. 223-231
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A Fitting "Form": The Ethical Bearing of a Keyword in Roderick Hudson

pp. 232-241
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"Monstrous Levity": Between Realism and Vision in Two of Henry James's Artist-Tales

pp. 242-248
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"The Plot against Narration: Disavowal in The Spoils of Poynton"

pp. 249-258
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Narrative Refusals and Generic Transformation in Austen and James: What Doesn't Happen in Northanger Abbey and The Spoils of Poynton

pp. 259-268
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"Conventional Signs and Consecrations": Henry James's Theatrical Forms, from "The Théâtre Français" to The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 269-280
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The "Interminable Dramatic Daisy Miller"

pp. 281-291
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Stupid Sensations: Henry James, Good Form, and Reading Middlemarch Without a Brain

pp. 292-298
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Review

Opera and the Novel: The Case of Henry James (review)

pp. 299-301
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Index to Volume 28

Index to Volume 28

pp. 304-305
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