Volume 15, Number 2, Spring 1994

Table of Contents

Editorial

p. v
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Young Henry James and the Institution Fezandié

pp. 107-120
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A Donnée Declined: Lady Gregory and Henry James's Notebooks

pp. 121-126
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James and the Tribal Discipline of English Kinship

pp. 127-140
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Reconsidering Poynton's Innocent Patriarch

pp. 141-151
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Toward an Ethics of Cultural Acts: the Jamesian Dialectic in "Broken Wings"

pp. 152-169
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Bodily Movement as Narrative Strategy in "The Beast in the Jungle"

pp. 170-178
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"An innate preference for the represented subject": Portraiture and Knowledge in The Golden Bowl

pp. 179-189
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How Henry James Regularized the Autobiographical Memory of His Father; Or, That Day in the Whorehouse

pp. 190-198
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Jamesiana: Assessments of James and His Work by Marianne Moore, Beerbohm, Forster, Madox Ford, and George Stonier

pp. 199-218
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Traveling in Italy with Henry James: Essays (review)

pp. 219-221
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Washington Square: Styles of Money (review)

pp. 221-224
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Henry James and Masculinity: The Man at the Margins (review)

pp. 224-226
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Esperienza e memoria. Saggio su Henry James (review)

pp. 226-230
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