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THE CONTRIBUTORS Lynda Zwinger teaches Henry James, the novel, and American Literature at the University of Arizona. Her work on James has appeared in Raritan and Modern Fiction Studies; she is currently at work on a manuscript on James and sexualities. Marcus klein's most recent book is Easterns, Westerns, and Private Eyes: American Matters 1870-1900. leland s. person is Chair ofthe English Department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is the author of Aesthetic Headaches : Women and a Masculine Poetics in Poe, Melville, and Hawthorne and is currently completing a book on HenryJames and masculinity. eric haralson is an assistant professor of English at suny at Stony Brook. He has contributed articles on aspects of masculinity in a range of American and English authors to leading journals and to the forthcoming collections Queer Forster, Victorian Sexual Dissidence (both University of Chicago Press), and the Cambridge Companion to Henry James. He is also editing two reference works on American poetry. susan m. griffin is Professor of English at the University of Louisville and editor of the Henry James Review (ihup). Her current project is a book on anti-Catholic nineteenth-century fiction, The Threat from Within, portions of which have been published in PMLA and Legacy. marc bousquet is co-manager of jamesf-l, the James Family Discussion List and 1997-98 Visiting Assistant Professor at Indiana University. His article is a chapter from his 1997 cuny Graduate School Ph.D. dissertation, The Practice ofAssociation. 162Contributors Kenneth Reinhard is Associate Professor of English at ucla. He is the co-author, with Julia Reinhard Lupton, ofAfter Oedipus: Shakespeare in Psychoanalysis (Cornell University Press, 1993), as well as essays on Lacan, Levinas, and Freud. He is currently writing a book on the ethics of the Neighbor in the Bible, philosophy, and psychoanalysis . sheila teahan, an associate professor of English at Michigan State University, is the author of The Rhetorical Logic ofHenry James (Louisiana State University Press, 1995). ...


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