Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 1985

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. 1-33
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The Private Life of Peter Quin[t]: Origins of "The Turn of the Screw"

pp. 2-4
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In Defense of James's The Tragic Muse

pp. 5-12
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"Something like the old dream of the secret of life": Henry James's Imaginative Vision and Romantic Inheritance, with special attention to the opening paragraphs of his Preface to The Spoils of Poynton.

pp. 13-20
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Henry and Edith: "The Velvet Glove" as an "In" Joke

pp. 21-25
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Consecrated Diplomacy and the Concretion of Self

pp. 27-33
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Thornton Wilder as Literary Cubist: An Acknowledged Debt to Henry James

pp. 34-44
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Elizabeth Bowen and Henry James

pp. 45-47
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The Phenomenology of Henry James (review)

pp. 48-49
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Henry James and the Mass Market (review)

pp. 50-51
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The Lady of Shalott in the Victorian Novel (review)

pp. 51-52
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Henry James and the Problem of Robert Browning (review)

pp. 52-53
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