restricted access   Volume 16, Number 3, Fall 1995

Table of Contents

From: The Henry James Review

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Introduction

pp. 247-248
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Articles

The Person Sitting in Darkness: James in the American South

pp. 249-256
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The Return of the Alien: Henry James in New York, 1904

pp. 257-263
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Documenting America: Racial Theater in The American Scene

pp. 264-272
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Henry James and the Limits of Historicism

pp. 273-277
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Response: Writing Culture and Henry James

pp. 278-281
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Still Reading Henry James?

pp. 282-285
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Jim Crow Henry James?

pp. 286-291
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In the Closet With Frederick Douglass: Reconstructing Masculinity in The Bostonians

pp. 292-298
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A "Native-Expatriate" Reads Henry James

pp. 299-303
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A Lesson in Reading: Henry James's "The Real Thing"

pp. 304-314
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The Romance of Old Clothes

pp. 315-320
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Henry James's The Princess Casamassima: A Bibliography of Primary Material and Annotated Criticism

pp. 321-339
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Book Reviews

Meaning & Interpretation: Wittgenstein, Henry James, and Literary Knowledge

pp. 340-343
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Maupassant and the American Short Story: The Influence of Form at the Turn of the Century

pp. 343-347
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Suicide in Henry James's Fiction

pp. 347-349
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