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  Volume 1, Number 3, Spring 1980

Table of Contents

Articles

"To See Life Reflected": Seeing as Living in The Ambassadors

pp. 204-210
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The Novel in John Gabriel Borkman: Henry James's The Ambassadors

pp. 211-218
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James's The Awkward Age: A Reading and an Evaluation

pp. 219-227
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Henry James's Reading of The Turn of the Screw: Parts II and III

pp. 228-256
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Notes

The Attitudes of Henry James and Ivan Turgenev Toward the Russo-Turkish War

pp. 257-261
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Isabel Archer's Double Exposure: A Repeated Scene in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 262-263
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Bartolozzi and Henry James's "Mora Montravers"

pp. 264-266
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A Note on the James and Hawthorne Sections in Leary's Articles on American Literature, 1968-1975

pp. 267-268
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Reviews

The International Fiction of Henry James (review)

pp. 269-271
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Literary Impressionism, James and Chekhov (review)

pp. 272-273
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Other

Correspondence

pp. 274-275
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Announcements

p. 276
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Volume I, 1979-80: Author Index

pp. 277-278
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Research Areas

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