By E. Harden
This new quantity within the writer Chronology sequence bargains an extreme articulation of Henry James's biographical reports, that are awarded amid the targeted unfolding of his imaginitive writing, and set within the higher context of historic advancements that impinged upon his lifestyles. Evoking the big variety of his stories with different humans, his manifold reports of fellow artists in quite a few fields, and his serious articulation of the artwork of writing fiction, this research unearths his significant impact upon next writers and scholars of fiction.
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Edel 2: 183] “[William Dean Howells’s] A Foregone Conclusion, The Nation, 20: 12–13. Writing to W. D. Howells, James mentions having just returned to New York from Philadelphia, where he visited Mrs. Wister and her mother, Fanny Kemble. [Letters 1: 468–69] “[Charles] Nordhoff’s Communistic Societies,” The Nation, 20: 26–28. “[Stopford A. Brooke’s] Theology in the English Poets,” The Nation, 20: 41–42. 42 A Henry James Chronology 28 28 28 31 “[Charles Kingsley],” The Nation, 20: 61. “Mr. Greville’s Journal [review of Charles C.
Letters 2: 58] “George Sand,” New York Tribune, 3: 1–2. “[M. Taine’s Letter on George Sand],” The Nation, 23: 61. ” but that his “last layers of resistance to a long-encroaching weariness and satiety with the French mind and its utterance has fallen from me like a garment. ” [Letters 2: 57–59] August 12 (Sat) 20 26 30 “The American,” Atlantic Monthly, 38: 155–70. “Crawford’s Consistency,” Scribner’s Monthly, 12: 569–84. “Summer in France,” New York Tribune, 3: 3–4. James leaves Étretat for the Château de Varennes, near Montargis, to visit the American, Edward Lee Childe, and his French wife, both of whom James has known in Paris.
Mrs. Henry M. Field’s] Home Sketches in France, and Other Papers,” The Nation, 20: 400. “[Paul Veronese and Jean-François Millet],” The Nation, 20: 410. ],” The Nation, 20: 412–13. “[Captain J. A. Lawson’s Literary Fraud, Wanderings in the Interior of New Guinea],” The Nation, 20: 425. “Personal Reminiscences of Cornelia Knight and Thomas Raikes [ed. R. H. Stoddard],” The Nation, 20: 428. 44 A Henry James Chronology July 1 (Thu) 1 8 15 21 22 29 “Roderick Hudson,” Atlantic Monthly, 36: 58–70. “On Some Pictures Lately Exhibited,” The Galaxy, 20: 89–97.
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