Henry James's `Organic Form' and classical rhetoric

Amoros, Jose Antonio Al
January 1994
Comparative Literature;Winter94, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Examines the role of organicism as invoked by Henry James in his works. Specific aspects of critical reflections; Conception of creative practice; Amplification of initial idea; Inseparability of form and content; Science of rhetoric; Global composition and delivery of discourse by means of operations.


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