- Index to Volume 19
Benardete, Jane. The Princess Casamassima and Tennyson’s The Princess. 183–88.
Boehm, Beth A. A Postmodern Turn of The Turn of the Screw. 245–54.
Bousquet, Marc. The Siren Beyond the Self: Henry James and the Popular Arts of the MacKaye Family. 219–29.
Buelens, Gert. In Possession of A Secret: Rhythms of Mastery and Surrender in “The Beast in the Jungle.” 17–35.
Danto, Arthur C. The Future of the Madonna. 113–25.
Dawson, Melanie. The Literature of Reassessment: James’s Collier’s Fiction. 230–38.
Griffin, Susan M. Henry James: A Discussion with Cynthia Ozick, Sheldon Novick, and Susan M. Griffin. An Interview by Eleanor Wachtel. 317–27
Griffin, Susan M. Introduction to the Popular James Forum. 209–10.
Halliwell, Michael. Henry James and Opera. 307–16.
Johanningsmeier, Charles. Henry James’s Dalliance with the Newspaper World. 36–52.
Kirkland, Janice J. Henry James and the Darwins of Ridgemount. 91–93.
Koch, J. Sarah. A Henry James Filmography. 296–306.
Kramer, David. Masculine Rivalry in The Bostonians: Henry James and the Rhetoric of “Newspaper Making.” 139–47.
Lund, Michael. Henry James’s Two-Part Magazine Stories and “Daisy Miller.” 126–38.
Meissner, Collin. The Princess Casamassima: “a dirty intellectual fog.” 53–71.
Mitchell, Lee Clark. A Marriage of Opposites: Oxymorons, Ethics, and James’s The American. 1–16.
Nadel, Alan. Ambassadors from an Imaginary “Elsewhere”: Cinematic Convention and the Jamesian Sensibility. 279–85.
Novick, Sheldon. Henry James: A Discussion with Cynthia Ozick, Sheldon Novick, and Susan M. Griffin. An Interview by Eleanor Wachtel. 317–27.
Ozick, Cynthia. Henry James: A Discussion with Cynthia Ozick, Sheldon Novick, and Susan M. Griffin. An Interview by Eleanor Wachtel. 317–27.
Reesman, Jeanne Campbell. “The Deepest Depths of the Artificial”: Attacking Women and Reality in “The Aspern Papers.” 148–65.
Reid, Michael. The Repressing of the Journalistic in The Wings of the Dove. 239–44.
Sadoff, Dianne F. “Intimate Disarray”: The Henry James Movies. 286–95.
Salmon, Richard. Henry James, Popular Culture, and Cultural Theory. 211–18.
Stuart, Christopher. The Spoils of Poynton: “‘What can you call it . . . if it ain’t really saved?’” 166–82.
Tintner, Adeline R. Henry James’s Fiction “Swallowed, Digested and Assimilated”: A Strong “Whiff” of Henry James in 1997’s Overflow. 255–63.
Veeder, William. James and Fame Enduring. 264–78.
Wachtel, Eleanor. Henry James: A Discussion with Cynthia Ozick, Sheldon Novick, and Susan M. Griffin. An Interview by Eleanor Wachtel. 317–27.
Walker, Pierre A., and Steven H. Jobe. Adeline Tintner’s Collection of Henry James Letters and Archival Material at the New York Public Library. 80–90.
Walker, Pierre A., and Greg W. Zacharias. James’s Hand and Gosse’s Tail: Henry James’s Letters and the Status of Evidence. 72–79.
Beidler, Peter G. Review of Robin P. Hoople, Distinguished Discord: Discontinuity and Pattern in the Critical Tradition of The Turn of the Screw. 203–05.
Bergesen, Eric. Review of Mary Cross, Henry James: The Contingencies of Style. 107–08.
Blair, Sara. Review of Charles Caramello, Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and the Biographical Act. 98–100.
Buelens, Gert. Review of Duco van Oostrum, Male Authors, Female Subjects: The Woman Within/Beyond the Borders of Henry Adams, Henry James, and Others. 206–08.
Kearns, Michael. Review of Sheila Teahan, The Rhetorical Logic of Henry James. 100–02.
Levin, Jonathan. Review of Merle A. Williams, Henry James and the Philosophical Novel: Being and Seeing. 197–200.
Nettels, Elsa. Review of Sara Blair, Henry James and the Writing of Race and Nation. 189–92.
O’Donnell, Heather. Review of Nancy Bentley, The Ethnography of Manners: Hawthorne, James, Wharton. 195–97.
Person, Leland S. Review of Alfred Habegger, The Father: A Life of Henry James, Sr. 94–97.
Rawlings, Peter. Review of Julie Rivkin, False Positions: The Representational Logics of Henry James’s Fiction. 109–11.
Stuart, Christopher J. Review of Rayburn S. Moore, ed., Selected Letters of Henry James to Edmund Gosse, 1882–1915: A Literary Friendship and The Correspondence of Henry James and the House of Macmillan, 1877–1914. 103–06.
Walker, Pierre A. Review of David McWhirter, ed., Henry James’s New York Edition: The Construction...