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  Volume 33, Number 3, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Papers from the “Transforming Henry James” Conference, Rome, 2011

Announcements

p. 5
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Keynotes

Many Years Later: Prolepsis in Deep Time

pp. 191-204
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Delight: An Appreciation of Henry James

pp. 205-215
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Beguiling City, Bewitching Landscape, Bewildering People

pp. 216-232
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Selected Papers

Henry James and Edward Said: Problems of Value in a Secular World

pp. 233-238
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Aftertastes of Ruin: Uncanny Sites of Memory in Henry James's Paris

pp. 239-246
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"Her Smoking Was the Least of Her Freedoms": Henrietta Reubell, Miss Barrace, and the Queer Milieu of Henry James's Paris

pp. 247-254
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Henry James and Early Film

pp. 255-264
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John Marcher's Queer Timing

pp. 265-271
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What Maisie Knew: How Teaching Difficult Texts Helps Us Learn About Reading

pp. 272-276
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Modernism and . . . with Henry James

pp. 277-284
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Review of The Complete Letters of Henry James 1872-1876

pp. 285-292
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Book Reviews

Henry James' Narrative Technique: Consciousness, Perception, and Cognition (review)

pp. 294-296
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A Sense of Shock: The Impact of Impressionism on Modern British and Irish Writing (review)

pp. 296-298
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Index to Volume 33

pp. 301-302
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Research Areas

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