Henry James the Builder

Dargan, E. Preston
June 1916
New Republic;6/17/16, Vol. 7 Issue 85, p171
Profiles American writer Henry James. Role in building the Cosmopolis and Ars Longa; Influence of his master Balzac on his style; Suggestion that with James all fusion of beauty are possible.


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