Volume 6, Number 1, Fall 1984

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. 2-78
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The Disappearing Furniture in Maupassant's "Qui Sait?" and The Spoils of Poynton

pp. 3-7
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The Right Way With Reality: James's "The Real Right Thing"

pp. 8-14
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Counting the Costs: The Infirmity of Art and The Golden Bowl

pp. 15-26
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The Archaeology of Ancient Rome: Sexual Metaphor in "The Beast in the Jungle"

pp. 27-31
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James and Conrad: The Psychological Premises

pp. 32-38
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Reflections on Holland in the Works of Henry James

pp. 39-45
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Psychology, Memory, and Autobiography: William and Henry James

pp. 46-51
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Porpoise-iveness Without Porpoise: Why Nabokov Called James a Fish

pp. 52-59
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The Expense of Vision: Essays on the Craft of Henry James (review)

pp. 60-62
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American Realism: New Essays (review)

pp. 63-65
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F. O. Matthiessen: Christian Socialist as Critic (review)

pp. 66-68
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A Unified Sensibility: A Study of Henry James's The Ambassadors and Its Scenario (review)

pp. 69-70
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Correspondence

pp. 71-74
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Dramatizing James: The Bostonians as a Film

pp. 75-77
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