Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 1992

Table of Contents

Essays

Reading Newman Reading: Textuality and Possession in The American

pp. 115-125
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Chaucer and Henry James: Surprising Bedfellows

pp. 126-142
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"A mistress of shades": Maggie as Reviser in The Golden Bowl

pp. 143-153
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Jamesian Historiography and The American Scene

pp. 154-171
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Henry James and Ford Madox Ford: A Troubled Relationship

pp. 172-191
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Notes

Cora Crane and James's "The Great Condition": A Biblio-Biographical Note

pp. 192-197
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Densher and Ford

pp. 198-202
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Correspondence

Correspondence

pp. 203-205
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Reviews

Secrets and Sympathy: Forms of Disclosure in Hawthorne's Novels (review)

pp. 206-208
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Thinking in Henry James (review)

pp. 208-211
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A Ring of Conspirators: Henry James and His Literary Circle 1895-1915 (review)

pp. 211-212
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Ecrits sur L'abîme: Les Derniers Romans de James (review)

pp. 212-215
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Dickens, Manzoni, Zola, and James: The Impossible Romance (review)

pp. 215-217
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Covert Relations: James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Henry James (review)

pp. 217-219
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The Sweetest Impression of Life: The James Family and Italy (review)

pp. 219-221
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England in the 1890's: Literary Publishing at the Bodley Head (review)

pp. 221-222
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Henry James and London: The City in His Fiction (review)

pp. 222-224
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On Henry James: The Best from "American Literature." (review)

pp. 224-226
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Erratum

p. 228
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