Volume 13, Number 1, Winter 1992

Table of Contents

From the Editor

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Essays

The Reluctant Patriarch: A Study of The Portrait of a Lady, The Bostonians, and The Awkward Age

pp. 1-18
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The New York Edition of Henry James's The Tragic Muse

pp. 19-26
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The Figure in the Carpet of James's Temple of Delight

pp. 27-49
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"Doing Good by Stealth": Alice Staverton and Women's Politics in "The Jolly Corner"

pp. 50-66
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James and Dostoevsky: The Heiress and the Idiot

pp. 67-77
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Notes

Forsaking the Bridal Veil: Henry James's Allusion to Correggio's The Marriage of St. Catherine in The American

pp. 78-81
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Henry James and Forrest Reid

pp. 82-87
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Henry James and Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, "Q"

pp. 88-89
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Sinclair Lewis, Max Besont, and Henry James

pp. 90-91
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Reviews

Henry James and Edith Wharton: Letters, 1900-1915 (review)

pp. 92-93
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Making American Tradition: Visions and Revisions from Ben Franklin to Alice Walker (review)

pp. 93-95
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Henry James's Italian Hours: Revelatory and Resistant Impressions (review)

pp. 95-97
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Professions of Taste: Henry James, British Aestheticism, and Commodity Culture (review)

pp. 97-99
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Daisy Miller: A Dark Comedy of Manners (review)

pp. 99-102
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Henry James: A Study of the Short Fiction (review)

pp. 102-104
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The French Side of Henry James (review)

pp. 104-106
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The Rule of Money: Gender, Class, and Exchange Economics in the Fiction of Henry James (review)

pp. 106-109
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Truth in American Fiction: The Legacy of Rhetorical Idealism (review)

pp. 109-111
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Aestheticism: The Religion of Art in Post-Romantic Literature (review)

pp. 111-113
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