Volume 18, Number 2, Spring 1997

Table of Contents

From: The Henry James Review

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Walking on Water: The Metropolitan Feminine in The Ambassadors

pp. 107-126
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The Fall as Conversion: Catholicism and the American Girl in James's "Travelling Companions"

pp. 127-139
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"God Knows They Are Impossible": James's Letters and Their Editors

pp. 140-148
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Enter Touchstone: Manners of Comedy in James's The Europeans

pp. 149-160
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"Artful Artlessness": Reading the Coquette in Roderick Hudson

pp. 161-172
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Responses to Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady

Introduction

p. 173
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"Conscious Observation of a Lovely Woman": Jane Campion's Portrait in Film

pp. 174-179
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The Search for Cinematic Identity and a Good Man: Jane Campion's Appropriation of James's Portrait

pp. 180-183
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The Portrait of a Body

pp. 184-186
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Jane and James Go to the Movies: Post-Colonial Portraits of a Lady

pp. 187-190
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Agency and Social Constraint in Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady

pp. 191-193
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Jane Campion's Symbolic Portrait

pp. 194-196
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I Don't Like Isabel Archer

pp. 197-199
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Book Reviews

Aesthetic Persuasion: Henry James, the Jews, and Race (review)

pp. 200-203
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The Supernatural and English Fiction (review)

pp. 204-206
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