restricted access   Volume 16, Number 2, Spring 1995

Table of Contents

From: The Henry James Review

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"The Candlestick and the Snuffers": Some Thoughts on The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 121-130
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Substantive Sexuality: Henry James Constructs Isabel Archer as a Complete Woman in His Revised Version of The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 131-141
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The Possibility of Realism: "The Figure in the Carpet" and Hawthorne's Intertext

pp. 142-152
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The Shopper and the Shopper's Friend: Lambert Strether and Maria Gostrey's Consumer Consciousness

pp. 153-171
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The Golden Goal: Toward a Dialogic Imagination in Henry James's Last Completed Novel

pp. 172-190
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A Bibliographic Note: A Copy of William James's A Pluralistic Universe, with Markings by Henry James

pp. 191-194
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A Turn in the Formation of James's New York Edition: Criticism, the Historical Record, and the Siting of The Awkward Age

pp. 195-221
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Lamb House Garden

pp. 222-226
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The Man of Action: Henry James and the Performance of Gender

pp. 227-241
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Book Reviews

Henry James: History, Narrative, Fiction (review)

pp. 242-244
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James Baldwin: A Biography

pp. 244-246
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