Volume 35, Number 3, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Jamesian Styles

Jamesian Styles: Introduction

pp. 199-200
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The Subject of Style

pp. 201-208
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The Philosophical Importance of James’s Late Style

pp. 209-217
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“Conscience of the Atelier”: Style in James’s Criticism

pp. 218-225
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Henry James’s Jolie Laide

pp. 226-231
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Henry James’s Straight Talking Style

pp. 232-239
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Scratching at the Surface: Understanding History through Style in James’s Italy

pp. 240-247
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“Henry would never know he hadn’t written it himself”: The Implications of “Dictation” for Jamesian Style

pp. 248-256
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Modes of Composition in Henry James: Dictation, Style, and What Maisie Knew

pp. 257-277
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Adventitious Style in The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 278-284
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Toward the Incalculable: A Note on Henry James and Organic Form

pp. 285-294
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A Transcription of Impressions: The American Scene and the Jamesian Aesthetics of Lateness

pp. 295-306
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Review Essay

Overt Relations: James and Modernism

pp. 307-312
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Online Reviews

Fictions of Autonomy: Modernism from Wilde to de Man by Andrew Goldstone (review)

pp. E-17-E-19
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The Vulgar Question of Money: Heiresses, Materialism, and the Novel of Manners from Jane Austen to Henry James by Elsie B. Michie (review)

pp. E-19-E-22
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Nineteenth-Century British Travelers in the New World ed. by Christine DeVine (review)

pp. E-22-E-26
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Announcements

pp. 1-2
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