Volume 7, Number 2-3, Winter-Spring 1986

Table of Contents

New Essays on The Portrait of a Lady

Edited and introduced by Daniel Mark Fogel

Framing James's Portrait: An Introduction

pp. 1-6
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Henry James

p. 7
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The Myth of America in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 8-17
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A Woman in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 18-28
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Isabel Archer: The Architecture of Consciousness and the International Theme

pp. 29-47
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Isabel Archer and the Enclosed Chamber: A Phenomenological Reading

pp. 48-58
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Love, Marriage, and Divorce: The Matter of Sexuality in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 59-71
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Ut Pictura Poesis: The Making Of a Lady

pp. 72-85
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The Political Context of The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 86-104
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Visions and Revisions: The Past Rewritten

pp. 105-116
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The Enigma of Serena Merle

pp. 117-123
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Americans in European Gardens

pp. 124-130
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Isabel Archer Figures in Some Early Stories of Henry James

pp. 131-139
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"In the Dusky, Crowded, Heterogeneous Back-Shop of the Mind": The Iconography of The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 140-157
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The Early Critical Reception of The Portrait of a Lady (1881-1916)

pp. 158-163
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Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady: A Bibliography of Primary Material and Annotated Criticism

pp. 164-195
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