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THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Volume 9, Number 3 Fall, 1988 Table of Contents "There's Surely a Story In It": James's Notebooks and the Working Artist. By Martha Banta.................................................153 Physical Mobility as Social Power in The Princess Casamassima. By Mark Chapman...............................................165 Maggie's Meditation. By John Beall....................................................176 Unsquaring the Squared Route of What Maisie Knew. By Barbara Eckstein.............................................177 Color in What Maisie Knew. An Expression of Authorial Presence. By James Lowe..................................................188 A Wilde Subtext for The Awkward Age. By Paula V. Smith...............................................199 Elizabeth Peabody Revisited. By Mary Frew Moldstad.........................................209 A Note on "Goodwood's Lie" in The Portrait of a Lady. By George McFadden............................................212 Review of John Carlos Rowe, The Theoretical Dimensions of Henry James. By Peggy McCormack............................................215 Review of Tony Tanner, Henry James: The Writer and His Work. By J. A. Ward....................................................218 Review of William W. Stowe, Balzac, James, and the Realistic Novel. By Peter A. Walker..............................................221 Correspondence.............................................................224 Index to Volume 9..........................................................227 From the Editor Whatever else happens in observance of the 150th anniversary of Henry James's birth in 1993 (I have as a gleam in my eye a major symposium with the James Society among its sponsors), Robert L. Gale has already launched a campaign for the creation of a Henry James commemorative stamp. Believing, as I am sure many of us do, that the work of Henry James is a national treasure and an inexhaustible resource, I want to endorse Professor Gale's project and to pass on to all our readers his suggestion that people who would Uke to see such a commemorative stamp should write to their United States senators; to Mr. Belmont Faries, Chairman, Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee, U. S. Postal Service, Washington, DC 20260; and to Ms. Betty Bryant, Representative, Office of Government Liaison, U. S. Postal Service, Government Relations Department, 475 L'Enfant Plaza, S. W., Washington, DC 20260. ...

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ISSN
1080-6555
Print ISSN
0273-0340
Pages
p. vi
Launched on MUSE
2010-03-25
Open Access
No
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