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  • Introduction
  • Susan M. Griffin

2016, the centennial of Henry James’s death, occasioned memorials of many sorts. James scholars came together in London, Waltham, and Paris to discuss how James has been remembered, his influences on—and by—the writing of others, the workings of memory and memorialization in his writing, and his shaping presence in the lives of his readers. The rich diversity of these talks, and of the lively conversations they engendered, illustrates how “commemorating” Henry James is not a matter of honoring a sealed and static past but of robust, ongoing engagement—engagement vividly exemplified by the selection of papers from those conferences that are brought together in this issue of the Henry James Review.

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