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The Henry James Review is the only journal devoted to Henry James. One of the very best single-author journals in the marketplace, it is open to the diversity of critical biographical, archival, and creative work being done on James. In addition to the insightful essays, every issue contains book reviews of works across the broad range of James Studies.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 23, Number 2, Spring 2002
Table of Contents
- "Reflected Usefulness": Exemplifying Conduct in Roderick Hudson
- pp. 157-175
- DOI: 10.1353/hjr.2002.0010
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