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THE HENRY JAMES REVIEW Index to Volume 13 Babcock, Granger. Review of Cushing Strout, Making American Tradition: Visions and Revisions from Ben Franklin to Alice Walker ....................................93-95 ------. Letter........................................204-205 Bell, Ian F. A. Review of Janet Gabler-Hover, Truth in American Fiction: The Legacy of Rhetorical Idealism..............109-11 Bishop, George. Review of Richard A. Hocks, Henry James: A Study of the Short Fiction .......................102-104 Brown, Chris. Densher and Ford .........................198-202 Buceo, Martin. Sinclair Lewis, Max Besont, and Henry James.......90-91 Buckley, Jerome H. Review of Leon Chai, Aestheticism: The Religion of Art in Post-Romantic Literature ..........111-13 Cole, Lucinda. Review of Gordon Hutner, Secrets and Sympathy: Forms of Closure in Hawthorne's Novels ..............206-208 Cross, Mary. Review of Lynda S. Boren, Eurydice Reclaimed: Language, Gender & Voice in Henry James .............330-31 Duperray, Annick. Review of Evelyne Labbé, Ecrits sur L'abîme: Les Derniers Romans de Henry James .................212-15 Fabi, M. Giulia. The Reluctant Patriarch: A Study of The Portrait of a Lady, The Bostonians, and The Awkward Age...........1-18 Fromm, Gloria P. Review of Peggy McCormack, The Rule of Money: Gender, Class, and Exchange Economics in the Fiction of Henry James ................................ 106-109 Gabler-Hover, Janet. The Ethics of Determinism in Henry James's "In the Cage"..................................253-75 Gray, Larry A. Review of Ruth Newman and Naomi Lebowitz, Dickens, Manzoni, Zola, and James: The Impossible Romance...........................215-17 Habegger, Alfred. Mary Codman Peabody, Boston Conscientiousness , and "An International Episode" ..............229-34 Hobbs, Michael. Reading Newman Reading: Textuality and Possession in The American.........................115-25 Killoran, Helen. The Swiftian Journey of Henry James: Genre and Epistemology in The American Scene...............306-14 Kimmey, John. James and Dostoevsky: The Heiress and the Idiot .... 67-77 Kronick, Joseph G. Review of Sharon Cameron, Thinking in Henry James...................................208-11 Macnaughton, William R. The New York Edition of Henry James's The Tragic Muse .................................19-26 Moore, Gene M. Review of Miranda Seymour, A Ring of Conspirators : Henry James and His Literary Circle 1895-1915 ......211-12 Moore, Rayburn S. Review of Lyall H. Powers, ed., Henry James and Edith Wharton: Letters, 1900-1915..................92-93 Pearson, John H. Repetition and Subversion in Henry James's The Turn of the Screw................................276-91 Perosa, Sergio. Review of Jonathan Freedman, Professions of Taste: Henry James, British Aestheticism, and Commodity Culture . . . 97-99 Reising, Russell J. "Doing Good by Stealth": Alice Staverton and Women's Politics in "The Jolly Comer" .............50-66 Rowe, Joyce A. Review of Edwin H. Cady and Louis J. Budd, eds. On Henry James: The Best from "American Literature" .... 224-26 Sangari, Kumkum. The Wings of the Dove: Not Knowing, But Only Guessing.....................................292-305 Scheiber, Andrew J. Eros, Art, and Ideology in The Bostonians.....235-52 Schwarzbach, F. S. Review of John Kimmey, Henry James and London: The City in His Fiction......................222-24 Shackleford, Lynne P. Forsaking the Bridal Veil: Henry James's Allusion to Correggio's The Marriage of St. Catherine in The American ...................................78-81 Sherbo, Arthur. Henry James and Forrest Reid..................82-87 ------. Henry James and Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, "Q" ...........88-89 ------. Henry James and The Bookman of New York.............315-27 Springer, Mary Doyle. Review of Daniel Mark Fogel, Daisy Miller: A Dark Comedy of Manners ........................99-102 Stanford, Donald E. Review of Bonney MacDonald, Henry James's Italian Hours: Revelatory and Resistant Impressions ........95-97 Steele, Elizabeth. Chaucer and Henry James: Surprising Bedfellows ....................................126-42 Strout, Cushing. Letter ................................203-204 Tintner, Adeline R. Cora Crane and James's "The Great Condition" ....................................192-97 ------. Review of Margaret D. Stetz and Mark Samuels Lasner, England in the 1890's: Literary Publishing at the Bodley Head ...................................221-22 Walker, Pierre A. Review of Edwin Sill Fussell, The French Side of Henry James ................................ 104-106 Walton, Priscilla L. "A mistress of shades": Maggie as Reviser in The Golden Bowl..............................143-53 White, Robert. The Figure in the Carpet of James's Temple of Delights .....................................27-49 Wiesenfarth, Joseph. Henry James and Ford Madox Ford: A Troubled Relationship...........................172-91 Wolff, Donald. Jamesian Historiography and The American Scene ........................................154-71 Zacharias, Greg W. Review of Judith Woolf, Henry...

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ISSN
1080-6555
Print ISSN
0273-0340
Pages
pp. 332-334
Launched on MUSE
2010-03-25
Open Access
No
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