Volume 9, Number 3, Fall 1988

Table of Contents

From the Editor

p. vi
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"There's Surely a Story In It": James's Notebooks and the Working Artist

pp. 153-164
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Physical Mobility as Social Power in The Princess Casamassima

pp. 165-175
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Maggie's Meditation

p. 176
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Unsquaring the Squared Route of What Maisie Knew

pp. 177-187
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Color in What Maisie Knew: An Expression of Authorial Presence

pp. 188-198
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A Wilde Subtext for The Awkward Age

pp. 199-208
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Elizabeth Peabody Revisited

pp. 209-211
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A Note on "Goodwood's Lie" in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 212-214
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The Theoretical Dimensions of Henry James (review)

pp. 215-217
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Henry James: The Writer and His Work (review)

pp. 218-220
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Balzac, James, and the Realistic Novel (review)

pp. 221-223
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Correspondence

pp. 224-226
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Index to Volume 9

pp. 227-228
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