A Queer Monster
- Ellis Publishes Sexual Inversion. Carson, Keith // LGBT History, 1855-1955;2005, p13
Sexual Inversion was the first social-scientific work to describe homosexuality in neutral terms, avoiding moralistic, legal, and pathological representations. At the fin-de-siecle, the text was regarded as radical by contemporary sexologists because it viewed homosexuality as hereditary and normal.
- One and only. Massey, Liz // Echo Magazine;7/24/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 23, p10
The article focuses on the study concerning human sexual behavior. It has been noted by the author that the research the involves the survey of identical and fraternal twins. In addition, the study asserted that a whole host of non-shared environmental factors are functioning and helping genetic...
- Books and Things. P.L. // New Republic;6/9/20, Vol. 23 Issue 288, p63
Presents the author's views on writer Henry James. Background information on James; Analysis of James' letters and literary works; Predilections.
- A British Heritage Commonplace Book. // British Heritage;May2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p66
The article presents quotes from several people including the authors Henry James, Robert Burns, and Robert Louis Stevenson regarding the themes of the articles published within the issue.
- A Miraculous Enlargement of Experience. Simon, Linda // World & I;Apr2001, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p260
Profiles author Henry James. Views on the role of fiction; Personal background; Themes of James books.
- The secret of Henry James. Plante, David // New Yorker;11/28/94, Vol. 70 Issue 39, p91
Focuses on the author's reconciliation with the works of Henry James. Changed feelings of the author towards the writer; Visits to James' grave to make contact with the writer; Differences in the author's and James' view of life in Europe.
- Bed Reading. BUCKLEY JR., WILLIAM F. // National Review;2/12/2007, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p54
The article discusses the book "The American," by Henry James, which the author purchased as an example of classic literature. The author had a chance to read the book while sick and stuck in bed, and quickly came to the conclusion that it is possibly the most boring book ever published, even...
- HENRY JAMES AND HOT CORN. Alexander, Charlotte // American Notes & Queries;Nov/Dec80, Vol. 19 Issue 3/4, p44
Examines a scene in the book 'A Small Boy and Others,' by Henry James. Description of Jamesian mannerisms, themes and methods; Assessment of the interest of James in the book 'Hot Corn,' by Solon Robinson.
- Days That Are No More. Kriegel, Leonard // Sewanee Review;Fall2003, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p628
Presents literary criticism of Henry James, who believed that to be an American is a complex fate, was horrified at the new Americans he discovered on New York's Lower East Side when he visited the area in 1906. While the population density of that Lower East Side accounts for some of his...