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In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Daugherty The retrospective theme of this year's scholarship is signaled by the title of the special issue of the Henry James Review, "Senses of the Past. Tintner — " HJR A monograph by the late William Righter reminds readers of James's own reliance on memory and his fear that "the reflective life will be like flotsam on the surface of the world.
John Auchard Penguinincludes both the familiar tales and selections from the author's novels, letters, and nonfiction prose, along with the parodies and tributes of his successors. Designed for the travel case and the nightstand as well as the classroom, this collection abundantly illustrates the pleasures of Jamesian style.
Letters to Hendrik C. An introduction by Millicent Bell and another preface by Mamoli Zorzi underscore not only James's homoerotic affection but his bemusement at the sculptor's "illiteracy" and grandiosity, especially when Andersen solicited funds for a World Centre of Communication "Megalomania," responded James, "look it up in the dictionary".
The volume concludes with a contextualizing afterword by Elena di Majo, the curator of the Andersen Museum in Rome, which opened in Writing before the United States had joined the Allies, James expressed his hope for "a complete and mutual trust and faith" between the nations.
Although James usually preferred the subjective truths of memory, these images forced him "to confront his ambivalence about his own body" and revealed the "limitations of his ability to figure himself, or anyone else, in his texts.
Homes and Haunts" HJR A related study is "London Mysteries and International Conspiracies: Comparing The Princess Casamassima with Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study in [End Page ] Scarletthe critic notes that both writers were uneasy with a world made smaller; but whereas Doyle used romance to create "a readable network of universal stories," James destabilized the genre by dramatizing the spectator's absorption into If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
You are not currently authenticated. View freely available titles:For Judy Chicago, autobiography presents a point of intersection between personal history, the history of a people, social history and art history, in all of which she emerges as an active agent.
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