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The Henry James Review FaU,1983 Volumes I (1973) and Î (1978) have appeared to date. The third edition was published in 1982 by the Calrendon Press. "In the third edition of the bibliography , five other copies are recorded, making the McMaster copy the sixth. Works Cited Aziz, Maqbool, ed. The Tales of Henry James. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1973Berland , Alwyn. Culture and Conduct in the Novels of Henry James. Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 1981. Edel, Leon and Dan H. Laurence. A Bibliography of Henry James. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1957. ANNOUNCEMENTS Library of America Discount The Library of America, a nonprofit publishing program supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Ford Foundation, is making an exclusive offer to members of the Henry James Society . Society members may order the Henry James volumes in the Library of America at a 40% discount. Orders may now be placed for the first four of the ten James volumes currently planned for inclusion in the Library. Send your order, identifying yourself as a James Society member, to Cheryl Hurley, Executive Director, The Library of America, 14 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022. The price per volume to members is $16.50 (list price is $27.50). Add $2.00 for postage and handling for the first volume ordered and $1.00 for each additional volume. volumes, Novels 1871-1880, has been edited by William T. Stafford. It includes Watch and Ward, Roderick Hudson, The American, The Europeans, and Confidence. The second and third volumes, Literary Criticism, will be published in the fall, 1984, under the editorship of Leon Edel, with associate editor Mark Wilson. These two volumes comprise an unprecedented coUection of James's reviews and criticism, including many pieces never before published in book form. The fourth volume, also edited by Professor Stafford, will be Novels 18811886 (to be published in 1985): Washington Square, The Portrait of a Lady, and The Bostonians. Any and all of the volumes just mentioned may now be ordered at the rate advertised in this announcement. (Future James volumes will also be available to James Society members at the 40% discount , but the Ust price may go up after 1985). Please enclose payment in US dollars only with your order, or request billing. Books will be shipped as they are published. MMLA CaU For Papers The Henry James Seminar of the Midwest Modern Language Association is caUing for papers to be read at the twentysixth annual meeting of the MMLA on November 1-3, 1984, in Bloomington, Indiana. Topic: Henry James. Specifications: Papers must be no longer than eight single-spaced pages, including notes. Preference will be given to completed papers. Participants must be currently dues-paying members of the MMLA. Papers and expressions of interest in assignments as discussants (including qualification) should be sent to Professor Carol Holly, Department of English, Saint Olaf CoUege, Northfield, Minnesota 55057. Deadline (an extension of a previously announced date) is April 15, 1984. The Library of America presents authoritative editions in handsomely printed and bound hardcover volumes. Each volume is compact, elegant, durable, easy to read, and easy to hold. The volumes average about 1300 pages. The first of the James Volume V 67 Number 1 ...


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