- "My Revered HJ": Raymond Chandler and the Lesson of the Master. Tate, James O. // Sewanee Review;Winter2006, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p129
This article discusses the influences brought by the world's renowned writers to the success of Raymond Chandler's literary works. Shakespeare, Prospere M�rim�e, T. S. Eliot, Ernest Hemingway are among the writers whose names became models of his achievements in bringing the worlds of low...
- TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF: HENRY JAMES AND THE LIFE OF GEORGE SAND. Collister, Peter // Modern Language Review;Jul1988, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p556
This article discusses the influence of the works of novelist George Sand on the works of novelist Henry James. To move from a work of fiction to a life, and to constitute a part of the biography of Sand from those phases listed at the opening of my essay, is a dubious undertaking, though it...
- 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.
- H.J.'S J.H. IN 'THE REAL THING' Gale, Robert L. // Studies in Short Fiction;Fall77, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p396
Analyzes the literary style of writer Henry James. Reference on the short story 'The Real Thing,' by Henry James; Use of initials of to represent the characteristics of characters in each stories; Information on the initials used by James in his literary works.
- Reading Henry James in War Time. West, Rebecca // New Republic;2/27/15, Vol. 2 Issue 17, p98
Comments of the author on the works of Henry James in reference to the war. Criticism on the literary style of James; Overview of the James essay "The New Novel"; Conception of the duty of an author by James that an author's first concern is his style and not merely the treatment of their themes...
- 'I AND THE ABYSS': TRANSCENDENTAL ROMANCE IN THE WINGS OF THE DOVE. Greenwald, Elissa // Studies in the Novel;Summer86, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p177
Analyzes the influence of Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'The Marble Faun' on the fictional novel of Henry James 'The Wings of the Dove.' Transformation of Hawthorne's mode of romance in James's novel; Similarities in plot and characterization of the novels; Dramatization of the attempt to incarnate the...
- TURGENEV AND JAMES . Bell, Millicent // Sewanee Review;Spring2002, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p231
Discusses the influence of Russian author Ivan Turgenev on writer Henry James in the 1870s. Essential themes in Turgenev's novels that called forth a particular response in James; Turgenev's formulation of the conflict between art and the practical life; Resemblances in the situations of both men.
- THE STORY OF 'THE AUTHOR OF 'BELTRAFFIO'' Freier, Mary P. // Studies in Short Fiction;Summer87, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p308
Presents a critique of the book 'The Author of 'Beltraffio,' by Henry James. Questionable source of the report of Dolcino's death; Gwendolen Ambient's attempt to take advantage of a serious family tragedy to get some attention and play a trick on the narrator.
- Imaginative Origins: "Peter Quince at the Clavier" and Henry James. Fogel, Daniel Mark // Wallace Stevens Journal;Spring1984, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p22
The article explores the influence of author Henry James on the composition of the poem "Peter Quince at the Clavier," by Wallace Stevens. The impact of the secularized religion of art of James on Stevens is examined, and the connection between the opening of the poem and the introduction of the...