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  Volume 12, Number 2, Spring 1991

Table of Contents

In Memoriam, William T. Stafford

pp. 2-198


"An Abyss of Abysses": Will, Morality, and Artistic Imagination in James's Roderick Hudson

pp. 93-100

Still More on James

pp. 101-116

Claire de Cintré in Henry James's The American and St. Clare of Assisi

pp. 117-119

Selected Papers on Henry James, 1988-1990

How Many Children Had Juliana Bordereau?

pp. 120-128

Romance and the Prima Donna Image in the Fiction of Henry James

pp. 128-133

Representation and Ideology in "The Real Thing"

pp. 133-137

(Re)Presenting Henry James: Authority and Intertextuality in the New York Edition

pp. 137-171

Specula(riza)tion in The Golden Bowl

pp. 141-146

James's Pyrotechnic Display: The Book in Isabel's Portrait

pp. 146-153

James's Portrait of Female Skepticism

pp. 154-158

Hawthorne, James, and the Fall of Allegory in Roderick Hudson

pp. 158-162

The Aboriginal Hawthorne: Mastering the Master from Beyond the Grave

pp. 162-166

Civilization and Its Contents: Henry James's Return to New York, 1904

pp. 166-174

"Sympathetic Exaggerations of Fact": Henry James's Early Years

pp. 175-180

Correspondence and Reviews


pp. 181-183

Desire and Love in Henry James: A Study of the Late Novels (review)

pp. 184-186

Indirections of the Novel: James, Conrad and Forster, and: Henry James and the Darkest Abyss of Romance (review)

pp. 187-190

Pictures and Texts: Henry James, A. L. Coburn, and New Ways of Seeing in Literary Culture (review)

pp. 191-193

The Turn of the Screw: Bewildered Vision (review)

pp. 193-196

Order and Design: Henry James's Titled Short Story Sequences (review)

pp. 196-197


p. 198

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