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THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Index to Volume 9 Banta, Martha. Review of Mark Seltzer, Henry James and the Art of Power...................................................142-44 ---------. "There's Surely a Story In It": James's Notebooks and the Working Artist.................................................153-64 BeaU, John. Maggie's Meditation...........................................176 Brown, W. Dale. See Hocks. Chapman, Mark. Physical Mobility as Social Power in The Princess Casamassima.........................................165-76 Correspondence..........................................................224-26 Davis, Marijane Rountree. "A Fine Bewilderment": The Influence of Henry James's William Wetmore Story on The Golden Bowl.........17-34 Eckstein, Barbara. Unsquaring the Squared Route of What Maisie Knew.................................................177-87 Fischer, Mike. The Jamesian Revolution in The Princess Casamassima.........................................87-104 Gale Robert L. Review of Adeline R. Tintner, The Museum World of Henry James....................................................145-47 Hamer, Karen R. See Hocks. Hocks, Richard A., Karen R. Hamer, and W. Dale Brown. James Studies 1983-84: An Analytic Bibliographical Monograph...................35-76 HoUy, Carol. Review of Paul John Eakin, Fictions in Autobiography: Studies in the Art of Self-Invention.................................148-51 Index to Volume 9.......................................................227-28 Leeming, David Adams. A Conversation with Stephen Spender on Henry James....................................................128-35 Lowe, James. Color in What Maisie Knew: An Expression of Authorial Presence..............................................188-98 Martin, Robert K. Picturesque Misperception in The Bostonians..........77-86 McCormack, Peggy. Review of John Carlos Rowe, The Theoretical Dimensions of Henry James........................................215-17 McFadden, George. A Note on "Goodwood's Lie" in The Portrait of a Lady.............................................212-14 ---------. Henry James's Remorse for The Wings of the Dove............114-27 Moldstad, Mary Frew. Elizabeth Peabody Revisited.....................209-11 Phelan, James. Character in Fictional Narrative: The Case of John Marcher.........................................105-13 Sherbo, Arthur. Henry James in The Critic, 1883-1885..................136-41 Smith, Paula V. A WUde Subtext for The Awkward Age................199-208 Sypher, Eileen. Anarchism and Gender: James's The Princess Casamassima and Conrad's The Secret Agent.......................................1-16 Walker, Peter A. Review of WiUiam W. Stowe, Balzac, James, and the Realistic Novel.............................................221-23 Ward, J. A. Review of Tony Tanner, Henry James: The Writer and His Work......................................................218-20 ...

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ISSN
1080-6555
Print ISSN
0273-0340
Pages
pp. 227-228
Launched on MUSE
2010-03-25
Open Access
No
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