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  Volume 34, Number 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Reading James


p. v

Reading James


pp. 211-212

James as Magician: Deception and the Moment of Truth

pp. 213-219

Representation and the Novel

pp. 220-231

Henry James’s Rat-tat-tat-ah: Insidious Loss, Disguised Recovery and Semi-Detached Subjects

pp. 232-244

The Greatest Gift: On the Ecstasy of Reading in “The Beast in the Jungle”

pp. 245-248

Is There a Beast in This Class?: The Pragmatics and Ethics of Dialogic Reading

pp. 249-260

Green James?: Reading Ecologies

pp. 261-269

Reading Historically/Reading Selectively: The Bostonians in the Century, 1885–1886

pp. 270-278

Critical Oversights: The Aesthetics and Politics of Reading The Bostonians

pp. 279-284

Lao She, James, and Reading Time

pp. 285-295

Review Essay

Are Literary Studies Any Good as History?

pp. 296-304

Book Reviews

Henry James’s Europe: Heritage and Transfer ed. by Dennis Tredy, Annick Duperray, and Adrian Harding (review)

pp. E-24-E-28

The Birthplace by Henry James (review)

pp. E-28-E-31

Index to Volume 34

pp. 307-308

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