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THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Volume VI, Number 2 Winter 1985 Table of Contents Announcements..............................................................79 So Much Life with (So to Speak) So Little Living: The Literary Side of the James-Wells Debate. By Douglas Keesey..... 80 A Classified Subject Index to Henry James's Critical Prefaces to the New York Edition (Collected in The Art of the Novel). By Jean Kimball.............89 Henry James and Lillian Hellman: An Unnoted Source. By David Leon Higdon.......134 Virginia C. Fowler, Henry James's American Girl; The Embroidery on the Canvas. Review by Cheryl B. Torsney..................................136 Henry Sussman, The Hegelian Aftermath; Readings in Hegel, Kierkegaard, Freud, Proust, and James. Review by Mark Conroy.........."...............139 Eugene Paul Nassar, Essays Critical and Metacritical. Review by Virginia C. Fowler.......................................................144 Edward Wagenknecht, The Novels of Henry James; Robert Emmet Long, Henry James; The Early Novels; Susan Reibel Moore, The Drama of Discrimination in Henry James. Review by Paul B. Armstrong................148 Correspondence from John Carlos Rowe and Adeline R. Tintner....................153 Announcements Call for Papers George Monteiro, President of the Henry James Society for 1986, is issuing an open call for papers to be read at the 1986 meeting of the Society, which will be held in conjunction with the annual MLA convention . The topic for 1986 is "Henry James; The Short Stories." Inquiries and papers should be addressed to Professor Monteiro at the Department of English, Brown University , Providence, Rhode Island 02912. The deadline for submission is March 15, 1986. Princess Revisions Frederick Nies has just completed a dissertation at the University of South Carolina (directed by John Kimmey) that is the most detailed and comprehensive study to date of James's revisions. Working with the holograph manuscript of The Princess Casamassima , Nies details the changes James made in his style and the reasons for those changes, shows how the whole time scheme and various characters were altered, and discusses, in a 200-page appendix, influences and background. The whole dissertation is 1,121 pages long. Anyone working on The Princess Casamassima or on James's revisions for the New York Edition should consult this work. ...

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ISSN
1080-6555
Print ISSN
0273-0340
Pages
p. 79
Launched on MUSE
2010-03-25
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