A Miraculous Enlargement of Experience
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Henry James and Violet Hunt, the 'Improper Person of Babylon.' Secor, Robert // Journal of Modern Literature;Mar86, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p3
Provides information on the letters and diaries of authors, Henry James and Violet Hunt. Discussion on the letters written by James for Hunt; Contents of the diaries of Hunt; Details of the books written by both authors.
- "Almost a Sense of Property": Henry James's "The Turn of the Screw," Modernism, and Commodity Culture. Davidson, Guy // Texas Studies in Literature & Language;Winter2011, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p455
An essay is presented which relates Henry James' experience of metaphorical homelessness to his novella "The Turn of the Screw." The essay argues that the narrative and semantic condition of the text is homelessness which is considered by the author as the textual instability in late James that...