Volume 17, Number 3, Fall 1996

Table of Contents

From: The Henry James Review

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Special Issue: Teaching James Forum

Introduction

pp. 211-212
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Articles

Henry James and the Art of Teaching

pp. 213-224
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Ambiguity: Teaching The Turn of the Screw to High School Juniors

pp. 225-229
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James and the Consolations of Time

pp. 230-241
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Henry James at Moo U

pp. 242-247
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Loosing the Gordian Knot: Reading The Aspern Papers in a Course on Literary Theory

pp. 248-255
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Teaching James and the Ethics of Fiction: A Conversation on The Spoils of Poynton

pp. 256-263
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Teaching Joseph Conrad and Henry James

pp. 264-274
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Teaching The Golden Bowl as the Last Victorian Novel

pp. 275-280
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Frank Kermode as a Teacher of Henry James

pp. 281-287
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What's Love Got to Do With It?

pp. 288-295
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The Editor as Teacher and Learner

pp. 296-299
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Henry James's First Published Work: "Miss Maggie Mitchell in 'Fanchon the Cricket'"

pp. 300-302
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The Audio Book World of Henry James

pp. 303-305
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Book Reviews

Henry James and the Ghostly (review)

pp. 306-308
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Edith Wharton's Brave New Politics (review)

pp. 308-309
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