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Henry James

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Jeanne Delbaere-Garant

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I. WORKS

A. Henry James

1) Fiction

The Novels and Stories of Henry James: New and Complete Edition (35 vols), London, Macmillan, 1921-1923, containing1:

I Roderick Hudson.

II THE AMERICAN.

First published in the Atlantic Monthly, June 1876-May 1877. First published in book form 1877.

* The American, Chiltern Library Edition, London, John

Lehmann, 1949.

III The Europeans.

IV Confidence.

V Washington Square.

VI-VII The Portrait of a Lady.

VIII-IX The Bostonians.

X-XI THE PRINCESS CASAMASSIMA.

First published in the Atlantic Monthly, September 1885-October 1886. First published in book form 1886.

* The Princess Casamassima, Harper Torchbooks Edition,

New York, 1959.

XII-XIII THE TRAGIC MUSE.

First published in the Atlantic Monthly, January 1889-May 1890. First published in book form 1890.

XIV THE AWKWARD AGE.

First published in Harper’s Weekly. 1 October 1898-7 January 1899. First published in book form 1899.

XV The Spoils of Poynton.

XVI WHAT MAISIE KNEW.

First published in the Chap Book, 15 January-1 August 1897 and in the New Review (revised and abridged), February-September 1897. First published in book form 1897.

XVII The Aspem Papers.

XVIII THE REVERBERATOR.

First published in Macmillan’s Magazine, February-July 1888. First published in book form 1888.

* The Reverberator, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1949.

XIX Lady Barberina.

XX The Lesson of the Master.

XXI The Author of “Beltraffio.”

XXII The Altar of the Dead.

XXIII Daisy Miller.

XXIV Watch and Ward.

XXV The Diary of a Man of Fifty.

XXVI The Last of the Valerii.

XXVII Lord Beaupré.

XXVIII Maud Evelyn.

XXIX The Sacred Fount.

XXX-XXXI The Wings of the Dove.

XXXII-III THE AMBASSADORS.

First published in the North American Review, January-December 1903. First published in book form 1903.

XXXIV-V The Golden Bowl.

The Complete Tales of Henry James (12 vols.), edited and introduced by Leon Edel, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1962-1964, containing2:

Volume 1 A TRAGEDY OF ERROR.

1864-1868 (Continental Monthly, V, Feb. 1864).

The Story of a Masterpiece (1868).

A Landscape Painter (1866).

A Day of Days (1866).

My Friend Bingham (1867).

Poor Richard (1867).

The Story of a Masterpiece (1868).

The Romance of Certain Old Clothes (1868).

A Most Extraordinary Case (1868).

A Problem (1868).

De Grey: A Romance (1868).

Volume 2 Osborne’s Revenge (1868).

1868-1872 A Light Man (1869).

GABRIELLE DE BERGERAC.

(Atlantic Monthly. XIV, July-September 1869).

First published in book form 1918.

Travelling Companions (1870).

A Passionate Pilgrim (1871).

At I sella (1871).

Master Eustace (1871).

Guest’s Confession (1872).

Volume 3 The Madonna of the Future (1873).

1873-1875 The Sweetheart of M. Briseux (1873).

The Last of the Vaterii (1874).

MADAME DE MAUVES

(The Galaxy, XVII, Feb.-March, 1874).

First published in book form 1875.

Adina (1874).

Professor Fargo (1874).

Eugene Pickering (1874).

Benvolio (1875).

Volume 4 Crawford’s Consistency (1876).

1876-1882 The Ghostly Rental (1876).

Four Meetings (1877).

Rose-Agathe (1878).

Daisy Miller (1878).

Longstaff’s Marriage (1878).

An International Episode (1878).

The Pension Beaurepas (1879).

The Diary of a Man of Fifty (1879).

A Bundle of Letters (1879).

The Point of View (1882).

Volume 5 The Siege of London (1883).

1883-1884 The Impressions of a Cousin (1883).

Lady Barberina (1884).

The Author of “Beltraffio” (1884).

Pandora (1884).

Volume 6 Georgina’s Reasons (1884).

1884-1888 A New England Winter (1884).

The Path of Duty (1884).

Mrs. Temperly (1887).

Louisa Pallant (1888).

The Aspern Papers (1888).

The Liar (1888).

Volume 7 The Modern Warning (1888).

1888-1891 A London Life (1888).

The Lesson of the Master (1888).

The Patagonia (1888).

The Solution (1889).

The Pupil (1891).

Volume 8 Brooksmith (1891).

1891-1892 The Marriages (1891).

The Chaperon (1891).

Sir Edmund Orme (1891).

Nona Vincent (1892).

Lord Beaupré (1892).

The Visits (1892).

Sir Dominick Ferrand (1892).

Collaboration (1892).

Greville Fane (1892).

The Wheel of Time (1892).

Volume 9 Owen W ingrave (1892).

1892-1898 The Middle Years (1893).

The Death of the Lion (1894).

The Coxon Fund (1894).

The Next Time (1895).

The Altar of the Dead (1895).

The Figure in the Carpet (1896).

Glasses (1896).

The Way It Came (The Friends of the Friends) (1896).

John Delavoy (1898).

Volume 10 The Turn of the Screw (1898).

1898-1899 In the Cage (1898).

The Covering End (1898).

The Given Case (1898).

The Great Condition (1899).

“Europe” (1899).

Paste (1899).

The Real Right Thing (1899).

Volume 11 The Great Good Place (1900).

1900-1902 Maud Evelyn (1900).

Miss Gunton of Poughkeepsie (1900).

The Tree of Knowledge (1900).

The Abasement of the Northmores (1900).

The Third Person (1900).

The Special Type (1900).

The Tone of Time (1900).

Broken Wings (1900).

The Two Faces (1900).

Mrs. Medwin (1901).

The Beldonald Holbein (1901).

The Story in It (1902).

Flickerbridge (1902).

The Beast in the Jungle (1903).

The Birthplace (1903).

Volume 12 The Papers (1903).

1903-1910 Fordham Castle (1904).

Julia Bride (1903).

7he jolly Corner (1908).

THE VELVET GLOVE.

English Review, I, March 1909.

First published in book form 1910.

Mora Montravers (1909).

Crapy Cornelia (1909).

The Bench of Desolation (1909).

A Round of Visits (1910).

2) Plays

The Complete Plays of Henry James, edited with an introduction by Leon Edel, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1949.

3) Travel Sketches

The American Scene, London, Chapman and Hall, 1907.

English Hours, edited with introd. by Alma Louise Lowe, London, Mercury Books, 1963 (first published Heinemann, 1905).

Italian Hours, London, William Heinemann, 1909.

A Little Tour in France, London, William Heinemann, 1922 (first published Boston, James R. Osgood & Co., 1885).

Portraits of Places, London, Macmillan & Co., 1883.

Transatlantic Sketches, Boston, James R. Osgood & Co., 1875.

4) Essays and Criticism3

The American Essays, ed. with introd. by Leon Edel, New York, Vintage Books, 1956.

The Art of the Novel. Critical Prefaces by Henry James, ed. with introd. by Richard P. Blackmur, London, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1953 (first published New York, 1934).

Essays in London and Elsewhere, London, James R. Osgood, 1893.

French Poets and Novelists, London, Macmillan & Co., 1878 and 1884.

French Writers and American Women. Essays by Henry James, ed. with introd. by Peter Buitenhuis, Brandford, Conn., The Compass Publishing Company, 1960.

Hawthorne, London, Macmillan & Co.. 1879.

The House of Fiction, ed. with introd. by Leon Edel, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1957.

Literary Reviews and Essays by Henry James on American, English and French Literature, ed. by Albert Mordell, New York, Grove Press, 1957.

Notes on Novelists with Some Other Notes, London, J.M. Dent & Sons, 1914.

Notes and Reviews by Henry James, ed. with a preface by Pierre De Chaignon La Rose, Cambridge, Mass., Dunster House, 1921.

The Painter’s Eye. Notes and Essays on the Pictorial Arts, selected and edited with introd. by John L. Sweeney, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1956.

Parisian Sketches. Letters to the New York Tribune 1875-1876, ed. with introd. by Leon Edel and Use Dusoir Lind, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1958.

Partial Portraits, London and New York, Macmillan & Co., 1888.

Preface to Letters from America by Rupert Brooke, London, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1916.

The Scenic Art. Notes on Acting and the Drama 1872-1901, ed. with introd. and notes by Allan Wade, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1949.

Selected Literary Criticism, ed. by Morris Shapira, prefaced with a note on “James as Critic” by F.R. Leavis, London, Heinemann, 1963.

Views and Reviews, ed. by Le Roy Phillips, Boston, The Ball Publishing Company, 1903.

Within the Rim and Other Essays, 1914-1915, London, W. Collins Sons & Co., 1919.

5) Letters

The Letters of Henry James, selected and edited by Percy Lubbock (2 vols.), New York, Scribner’s, 1920.

Letters to A.C. Benson and Auguste Monod, ed. with introd. by E.F. Benson, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1930.

Theatre and Friendship. Some Henry James Letters with a Commentary by Elizabeth Robins, London, Jonathan Cape, 1932.

Henry fames and Robert Louis Stevenson. A Record of Friendship and Criticism, ed. with introd. by Janet Adam Smith, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1948.

The Selected Letters of Henry fames, ed. with introd. by Leon Edel, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1956.

Henry fames and H.G. Wells. A Record of their Friendship, their Debate on the Art of Fiction, and their Quarrel, ed. with introd. by Leon Edel and Gordon N. Ray, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1958.

Henry James and John Hay. The Record of a Friendship by George Monteiro, Providence, Brown University Press, 1965.

The Clare Benedict Collection of Letters from Henry James in Jôrg Hasler, Switzerland in the Life and Work of Henry fames, Bern, Francke Verlag, 1966 (The Cooper Monographs, 10).

6) Miscellaneous

Autobiography: A Small Boy and Others, London, Macmillan, 1913.

Notes of a Son and Brother, London, Macmillan, 1914.

The Middle Years, London, W. Collins, Sons & Co., 1917.

Henry fames: Autobiography, ed. with introd. by F.W. Dupee, London, W.H. Allen, 1956.

Daumier, Caricaturist, London, Rodale Press, Miniature Books, 1954.

The Notebooks of Henry James, ed. with introd. by F.O. Matthiessen and Kenneth B. Murdock, New York, Oxford University Press, 1961 (first published 1947).

The Ivory Tower and The Sense of the Past (two unfinished novels), London,

W. Collins Sons & Co., 1917. William Wetmore Story and his Friends (2 vols.), London, Thames & Hudson,

1903.

B. French Writers

Augier, Emile, L’Aventurière, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1851.

Les Fourchambault, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1878.

Balzac, Honoré de, La Comédie Humaine, Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 10 vol., 1962.

Barrès, Maurice, Les Déracinés, Paris, Félix Juven, s.d.

Baudelaire, Ch., L’Art Romantique, Paris, Louis Conard, 1925.

Curiosités Esthétiques, Paris, Louis Conard, 1923.

Bourget, Paul, Cosmopolis, Paris, Pion, 1892.

Cruelle Enigme, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1885.

Le Disciple, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1899.

La Duchesse Bleue, Paris, Pion, 1902.

Etudes et Portraits, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1889.

Le Justicier, Paris, Pion, 1919.

Nos Actes nous suivent (2 vol.), Paris, Pion, 1927.

On ne voit pas les cœurs, Paris, Pion, 1929.

Outremer (2 vol.), Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1895.

De petits [aits vrais, Paris, Pion, 1930.

Reflections sur l’art du roman, Paris, Pion, 1900.

Daudet, Alphonse, L’Evangéliste, Paris, Dentu, 1883.

Fromont Jeune et Risler Aîné, Paris, G. Charpentier. 1880.

L’Immortel, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1888.

Numa Roumestan, Paris, G. Charpentier, 1880.

Dumas, A., fils, Le Demi-Monde, Denise, Paris, Nelson, s.d.

L’Etrangère, vol. 6 des Œuvres Complètes, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1896-97.

feuillet, Octave, Un Mariage dans le Monde, Paris, Unsinger, s.d.

Flaubert, Gustave, Correspondance, Paris, Fasquelle, 1921-1925 (4 vol.).

Œuvres, Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 2 vol., 1962.

France, Anatole, L’Etui de Nacre, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1897.

Histoire Comique, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1927.

Gautier, Th., Constantinople, Paris, Lévy, 1865.

Histoire du Romantisme, Paris, G. Charpentier, 1877.

Mademoiselle de Maupin, Paris, Garnier-Flammarion, 1966.

Voyage en Russie, Paris, G. Charpentier, s.d.

Goncourt, E. & J., Germinie Lacerteux, Paris, E. Fasquelle, 1903.

Goncourt, Edmond, Chérie, Paris, Alphonse Lemerre, 1889.

Hugo, Victor, Les Travailleurs de la Mer, Paris, livre de poche, 1965.

Maupassant, Guy de, Œuvres Complètes, Paris, Louis Conard, 1921-47 (29 vol.).

Mérimée, Prosper, Lettres à une Inconnue, Paris, Lévy Frères, c. 1904-1905.

Romans et Nouvelles, Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 1962.

Murger, Henry, Scènes de la vie de Bohème, Lausanne, Rencontre, 1960.

Musset, Alfred de, Lorenzaccio, Paris, Nouveaux classiques Larousse, 1964.

Renan, Ernest, Dialogues et fragments philosophiques, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1876.

Souvenirs d’enfance et de jeunesse, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 31e édition.

Sainte-Beuve, C.-A., Causeries du Lundi, Paris, Garnier Frères, 1875-62 (15 vol.).

Nouveaux Lundis, Paris, Michel Lévy Frères, 1863-1870 (13 vol.).

Œuvres (Premiers Lundis, Portraits Littéraires, Portraits de Femmes), Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 1960.

Sand, George, Correspondance de George Sand et d’Alfred de Musset, publiée par f. Decori, Bruxelles, E. Deman, 1904.

Œuvres Illustrées de G. Sand, Paris, Michel Lévy Frères, 1874.

Stendhal, H. Beyle, Chroniques italiennes, Paris, Julliard, 1964.

Mémoires d’un touriste, Paris, Champion, 1932-1933.

Romans et Nouvelles, Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 2 vol., 1963.

Taine, H., Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Paris, Hachette, 1873 (5 vol).

Notes sur l’Angleterre, Paris, Hachette, 1872.

Turgenev, I., Fumée, Paris, Nelson, s.d.

A Nest of the Gentry, Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, s.d.

On the Eve, Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, s.d.

Premier Amour, Paris, Pléiade, 1924.

Récits d’un Chasseur, Paris, C. Marpont 6 E. Flammarion, s.d.

Scènes de la vie russe, Paris, Hachette, 1858.

Terres vierges, Paris, J. Hetzel, s.d.

Zola, Emile, L’Œuvre, Paris, livre de poche, 1966.

Le roman expérimental, Paris, Charpentier, 1880.

Les romanciers naturalistes, Paris, Charpentier, 1881.

Les Rougon-Macquart, Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 3 vol., 1961.

II. CRITICISM

A. General

Allen, Walter, The English Novel, Harmondsworth, Pelican Books, 1958.

Arnold, Matthew, Lectures and Essays in Criticism, ed. by R.H. Super, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1962.

Baiwir, Albert, Abrégé de l’histoire du roman américain, Bruxelles, Editions Lumières, 1946.

Le déclin de l’Individualisme chez les romanciers américains contemporains. Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, Univ. de Liège, Fascicule CI, 1943.

Beach, J.W., The Twentieth Century Novel: Studies in Technique, New York, Appleton, 1932.

Bewley, Marius. The Complex Fate: Hawthorne, Henry james and Some Other American Writers, London, Chatto and Windus, 1952.

The Eccentric Design: Form in the Classic American Novel, London, Chatto and Windus, 1959.

Besant, W., The Art of Fiction, London, Chatto and Windus, 1884.

Brooks, Van Wyck, Makers and Finders: A History of the Writer in America 1800-1915, containing:

The World of Washington Irving.

The Flowering of New England 1815-1865.

The Times of Melville and Whitman.

New England: Indian Summer 1865-1915.

The Confident Years 1885-1915.

New York, E.P. Dutton, 1940-1952.

Brunetière, F., Honoré de Balzac. 1799-1850, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1906.

Le roman naturaliste, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1883.

Cazamian, M., Le Roman et les Idées en Angleterre, L’Anti-Intellectualisme et l’Esthétisme (1880-1900), Publications de la Faculté des Lettres de l’Université de Strasbourg, Fascicule 73, 1935.

Chase, Richard, The American Novel and its Tradition, New York, Doubleday, 1957.

Chevalley, A., Le Roman anglais de notre temps, Oxford, Humphrey Millford, 1921.

Croce, B., European Literature in the Nineteenth Century (translated by Douglas Ainslie), London, Chapman & Hall, 1925.

Cunliffe, Marcus, The Literature of the United States, Harmondsworth, Pelican Books, 1954.

Denny, M. & Gilman, W.H., The American Writer and the European Tradition, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1950.

Dumesnil, René, L’époque réaliste et naturaliste, Paris, Jules Tallandier, 1945.

Le réalisme (Histoire de la littérature française publiée sous la direction de J. Calvet, Tome IX), Paris, J. de Gigord, 1936.

Edgar, P., The Art of the Novel, New York, Macmillan, 1933.

Eliot, George, Essays of —, ed. Thomas Pinney, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963.

Forster, E.M., Aspects of the Novel, London, Edward Arnold & Co., 1961 (first published 1927).

Frierson, William C, L’influence du naturalisme français sur les romanciers anglais de 1885 à 1900, Paris, Marcel Giard, 1925.

Hart, James D., The Popular Book: A History of America’s Literary Taste, New York, Oxford University Press, 1950.

Howard, Leon, Literature and the American Tradition, New York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1960.

Kazin, Alfred, On Native Grounds. An Interpretation of Modern American Prose Literature, New York, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1942.

Kettle, Arnold, An Introduction to the English Novel (2 vols.), London, Hutchinsons’s University Library, 1953.

Leavis, F.R., The Common Pursuit, London, Chatto and Windus, 1952.

The Great Tradition: George Eliot, James and Conrad, London, Chatto and Windus, 1948.

Lewes, George, Literary Criticism of —, ed. Alice R. Kaminsky Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1964.

Liddell, R., A Treatise on the Novel, London, Jonathan Cape, 1947.

Lubbock, P., The Craft of Fiction, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921.

Mencken, H.L., A Book of Prefaces, New York, Garden City Publishing Company, 1927.

Michaud, Régis, Mystiques et réalistes anglo-saxons, d’Emerson à Bernard Shaw, Paris, Armand Colin, 1918.

Panorama de la littérature américaine contemporaine, Paris, Kra, 1926.

Le roman américain d’aujourd’hui, Paris, Boivin & Cie, 1926.

Muir, E., The Structure of the Novel, London, Hogarth Press, 1928.

Payne, W.M. ed., American Literary Criticism, London, Longmans, Green & Co., 1904.

Pritchett, V.S., The Living Novel, London, Chatto and Windus, 1946.

Rourke, Constance, American Humour: A Study of the National Character, New York, Doubleday (Anchor Books), 1931.

Simon, Irène, Formes du roman anglais de Dickens à Joyce, Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, Univ. de Liège, Fascicule CXVIII, 1949.

Spiller, Robert E., The Cycle of American Literature, An Essay in Historical Criticism, New York, Macmillan (Mentor Books), 1956.

Spiller, Robert E., Thorp, W., Johnson, T.H., Canby, H.S., editors, Literacy History of the United States, New York, Macmillan, 1957 (revised edition in one volume).

Stang, Richard, The Theory of the Novel in England, 1850-1870, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1959.

Thibaudet, A., Reflections sur le roman, Paris, Gallimard, 1938.

Van Doren, Carl, The American Novel, New York, Macmillan, 1921.

Watt, Ian, The Rise of the Novel, Harmondsworth, Peregrine Books, 1963 (first published 1957).

Wellek, René and Warren, A., Theory of Literature, Harmondsworth, Peregrine Books, 1963 (first published 1949).

Wharton, Edith, The Writing of Fiction, New York, Scribner, 1925.

Zabel, M.D.. Craft and Character in Modern Fiction, London, Victor Gollancz, 1957.

Literary Opinion in America, New York, Harper & Brothers, 1951.

B. Critical Studies on Henry James

1) Books

Anderson, Quentin, The American Henry James, London, John Calder, 1958.

Andreas, Osborn, Henry James and the Expanding Horizon: A Study of the Meaning and Basic Themes of James’s Fiction, Seattle, Univ. of Washington Press, 1948.

Beach, Joseph Warren, The Method of Henry James, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1918.

Bell, Millicent, Edith Wharton and Henry James: The Story of A Friendship, London, Peter Owen, 1966.

Blackall, Jean F., Jamesian Ambiguity and ‘The Sacred Fount’, Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1965.

Bosanquet, Theodora, Henry James at Work, London, Hogarth Press, 1924.

Bowden, Edwin T., The Themes of Henry James. A System of Observation through the Visual Arts, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1956.

Brooks, Van Wyck, The Pilgrimage of Henry James, London, Jonathan Cape. 1928.

Cargill, Oscar, The Novels of Henry James, New York, Macmillan, 1961.

Cary, Elisabeth, The Novels of Henry James: A Study. With a bibliography by F.A. King, London, Putnam, 1905.

Clair, John A., The Ironic Dimension in the Fiction of Henry fames, Pittsburgh, Duquesne Univ. Press, 1965.

Crews, Frederick C, The Tragedy of Manners: Moral Drama in the Later Novels of Henry fames. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1957.

Dupee, F.W., Henry fames. His Life and Writings, New York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1956 (first published 1951).

Dupée, F.W., ed., The Question of Henry fames: A Collection of Critical Essays, New York, Holt, 1945.

Edel, Leon, Henry James (University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers), Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1960.

Henry James: The Untried Years, 1843-1870, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1953.

Henry fames: The Conquest of London, 1870-1883, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1962.

Henry fames: The Middle Years, 1884-1894. London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1963.

Edel, Leon, ed., Henry fames: A Collection of Critical Essays (Twentieth Century Views) Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 1963.

Edel, Leon and Laurence, Dan H., A Bibliography of Henry James (The Soho Bibliographies), London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1961 (first published 1957).

Edgar, P., Henry fames: Man and Author, New York, Russell & Russell, 1964 (first published 1927).

Foley, Richard N., Criticism in American Periodicals of the Works of Henry fames from 1866 to 1916. A Dissertation, Washington, D.C., Catholic University of America Press, 1944.

Ford, Ford Madox, Henry James: A Critical Study, London, Martin Seeker, 1918.

Gale, Robert L., The Caught Image: Figurative Language in the Fiction of Henry fames, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1964.

Ptots and Characters in the Fiction of Henry fames, Hamden, Conn., Archon Books, 1965.

Garnier, M.R., Henry fames et la France (Thèse de l’Université de Strasbourg, 1927), Paris, H. Champion, 1927.

Geismar, Maxwell, Henry fames and his Cult, London, Chatto and Windus, 1964.

Grattan. C. Hartley, The Three fameses. A Family of Minds: Henry fames. Sr., William James, Henry James, London, Longmans, 1932.

Hasler, Jörg, Switzerland in the Life and Work of Henry fames, Bern, Francke Verlag, 1966.

Hoffman, C.G., The Short Novels of Henry fames. New York, Bookman Associates, 1957.

Holder-Barell, A., The Development of Imagery and its Functional Significance in Henry fames’s Novels. Bern, Francke Verlag, 1959.

Holland, L.B., The Expense of Vision: Essays on the Craft of Henry fames, Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1964.

Hughes, H.L., Theory and Practice in Henry fames. A Dissertation, Ann Arbor, University of Virginia Press, 1925.

Jefferson, D.W., Henry fames (Writers and Critics Series), London, Oliver and Boyd, 1960.

Henry fames and the Modern Reader, London, Oliver and Boyd, 1964.

Kelley, Cornelia P., The Early Development of Henry fames, Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1965 (Originally published as vol. XV in the Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, 1930).

Krook, Dorothea, The Ordeal of Consciousness in Henry fames, Cambridge, University Press, 1962.

Lebowitz, Naomi, The Imagination of Loving: Henry fames’s Legacy to the Novel. Detroit, Michigan, Wayne State University Press, 1965.

Le Clair, R.C., Young Henry fames, 1843-1870. New York, Bookman Associates, 1955.

Levy, Leo B., Versions of Melodrama: A Study of the Fiction and Drama of Henry fames, 1865-1897, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1957.

Lowery, Bruce, Marcel Proust et Henry fames. Une confrontation, Paris, Plon 1964.

McCarthy, H.T., Henry James: The Creative Process, New York, Yoseloff, 1958.

Markow-Totevy, G., Henry James (Préface d’André Maurois), Paris, Editions Universitaires, 1958.

Marks, Robert W., James’s Later Novel: An Interpretation, New York, William-Frederick Press, 1960.

Matthiessen, F.O., Henry James: The Major Phase (first published 1944), New York, Oxford University Press, 1963.

The James Family, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1961.

Monteiro, George, Henry James and John Hay: The Record of a Friendship, Providence, Rhode Island, Brown University Press, 1965.

Mordell, Albert, ed.. Discovery of a Genius, William Dean Howells and Henry James, New York, Twayne Publishers, 1961.

Nowell-Smith, S., ed., The Legend of the Master: Henry James, New York, Scribner’s, 1948.

Putt, S. Gorley, A Reader’s Guide to Henry James, London, Thames and Hudson, 1966.

Roberts, Morris, Henry James’s Criticism, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1929.

Sharp, Sister M.C., The “Confidante” in Henry James: Evolution and Moral Value of a Fictive Character, Notre Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame Press, 1963.

Snell, E.M., The Modern Fables of Henry James, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1935.

Stevenson, Eliz., The Crooked Corridor: A Study of Henry James, New York, Macmillan Paperbacks, 1961 (first published 1949).

Stone, Edward, The Battle and the Books: Some Aspects of Henry James, Athens, Ohio, Ohio University Press, 1964.

Swan, Michael, Henry James, London, Longmans, Green & Co., 1950 (Bibliographical Series of Supplements to British Books News).

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, Technique in the Tales of Henry James, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1964.

Ward, J.A., The Imagination of Disaster: Evil in the Fiction of Henry James, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1961.

Wegelin, Christof, The Image of Europe in Henry James, Dallas, Southern Methodist University Press, 1958.

West, Rebecca, Henry James, London, Nisbet & Co., 1916.

Wiesenfarth, Jos., Henry James and the Dramatic Analogy, New York, Fordham University Press, 1963.

Wright, Walter, The Madness of Art: A Study of Henry James, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1962.

2) Articles and Essays

a) General

Adams, Percy G, “Young Henry James and the Lesson of His Master Balzac,” Revue de Littérature Comparée, XXXV (1961), 458-467.

Allott, Miriam, “Form versus Substance in ,” Review of English Literature, III (Jan. 1962), 53-66.

— “Symbol and image in the Later Works of Henry James,” Essays in Criticism, III (1953), 321-336.

Andreach, Robert J., “Henry James’s The Sacred Fount: The Existential Predicament,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVII (Dec. 1962), 197-216.

Bantock, G.H., “Morals and Civilization in Henry James,” Cambridge Journal, VII (Dec. 1953), 159-181.

Baumgaertel, G. “The Concept of the Pattern in the Carpet: Conclusions from T.S. Eliot,” Revue des Langues Vivantes, XXV (1955), 300-306.

Baxter, Annette K., “Independency vs. Isolation: Hawthorne and James on the Problem of the Artist,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, X (Dec. 1955), 225-231.

Beebe, Maurice, “Henry James: The Ideal of Detachment.” In his Ivory Towers and Sacred Founts: The Artist as Hero in Fiction from Goethe to Joyce, New York, University Press, 1964, pp. 197-231 and passim.

Beebe, Maurice and Stafford, W.T., “Criticism of Henry James: A Selected Checklist,” Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 117-177.

Beerbohm, Max, “Jacobean and Shavian.” In his Around Theatres, New York, Knopf, 1930, pp. 260-265, 323-326. Reprinted in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 18-26.

— “The Mote in the Middle Distance.” In his A Christmas Garland, New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1936, pp. 3-10. Reprinted in Dupee, ed., The Question of Henry James, pp. 40-43.

Bell, Millicent, “A James ‘Gift’ to Edith Wharton,” Modern Language Notes, LXXII (March 1957), 182-185.

Bowman, Sylvia E., “Les heroines d’Henry James dans The Portrait of a Lady et d’Yvan Tourgueniev dans A la Veille,” Etudes Anglaises, XI (1958), 136-149.

Brooks, Van Wyck, “The Pilgrimage.” In his Days of the Phoenix, New York, Dutton, 1957, pp. 175-182. Reprinted in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 57-62.

— “Henry James and Others” and “The Jameses.” In his The Dream of Arcadia. American Writers and Artists in Italy, 1760-1915, New York, Dutton, 1958, pp. 155-175.

Brownell, W.C., American Prose Masters, London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1910. pp. 339-400.

Cambon, Glauco, “The Negative Gesture in Henry James,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XV (March 1961), 335-343.

Campos, Christopher, “The Great Foreign Place.” In his The View of France. From Arnold to Bloomsbury, London, Oxford University Press, 1965, pp. 106-138.

Cargill, Oscar, “‘The Portrait of a Lady’: A Critical Reappraisal,” Modern Fiction Studies, III (Spring 1957), 11-32.

Cestre, C, “La France dans l’œuvre de Henry James,” Revue Anglo-Américaine, X (1932), 1-13 & 112-122.

Conrad, Joseph, “Henry James: An Appreciation.” In his Notes on Life and Letters, New York, 1921, pp. 11-19. Reprinted in Dupee, ed. The Question of Henry James, pp. 44-46 and in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 11-17.

Edel, Leon, “The Architecture of James’s ‘New York Edition’,” New England Quarterly, XXIV (June 1951), 169-178.

— “The Literary Conviction of Henry James,” Modern Fiction Studies, III (Spring 1957), 3-10.

— “To the Poet of Prose,” Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 3-6.

Edgar, Pelham, “The Essential Novelist? Henry James.” In his The Art of the Novel, op. cit., pp. 172-183. Reprinted in Edel, ed. H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 92-101.

Eliot, T.S., “enry James,” Little Review, V (Aug. 1918), 44-53. Reprinted in Dupee, ed., The Question of H.J., pp. 108-119 and in Rahv, ed.. Literature in America, pp. 221-230.

— “Prediction in Regard to Three English Authors,” Vanity Fair (Feb. 1924). Reprinted under the title “Prediction” in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 55-61.

Emerson, Donald, “Henry James and the Limitations of Realism,” College English, XXII (Dec. 1960), 161-166.

Fay, Eliot G.,“Balzac and Henry James,” French Review, XXIV (Feb. 1951), 325-330.

— “Henry James as a Critic of French Literature,” French American Review, II (Sept. 1949), 184-193.

Firebaugh, Joseph J., “Inadequacy in Eden: Knowledge and ‘The Turn of the Screw’,” Modern Fiction Studies, III (Spring 1957), 57-63.

Furbank, P.N., “Henry James: The Novelist as Actor,” Essays in Criticism, I, 4 (1951), 404-420.

Gale, Robert L., “Henry James and Italy,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIV (Sept. 1959), 157-170.

— “Imagery in James’s Prefaces,” Revue des Langues Vivantes, XXX, 5 (1964), 431-445.

— “Religion Imagery in Henry James’s Fiction,” Modern Fiction Studies, III (Spring 1957), 64-72.

Gargano, James W., “Henry James on Baudelaire,” Modern Language Notes, LXXV (1960), 559-561.

Geismar, Maxwell, “Henry James: ‘The Beast in the Jungle’,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVIII (June 1963), 35-42.

Gérard, Albert, “Introduction à Henry James,” Revue Nouvelle, XVIII (1953), 651-657.

Gide, André, “Henry James,” (From an unsent letter to Charles Du Bos) Yale Review, XIX (March 1930), 641-643. Reprinted in Dupee, ed., The Question of Henry James, pp. 251-253.

Gosse, Edmund, Aspects and Impressions, London, Cassell & Co., 1922, pp. 17-54.

Grover, P.R., “Mérimée’s Influence on Henry James,” The Modern Language Review, LVIII (Oct. 1968), 810-817.

Hardy, Barbara, The Appropriate Form. An Essay on the Novel, London, Athlone Press, 1964, pp. 11-50.

Honig, Edwin, “The Merciful Fraud in Three Stories of Henry James,” The Tigers Eye, IX (Oct. 1949), 83-96.

Jones-Evans, M., “Henry James’s Year in France,” Horizon. XIV (July 1946), 52-60.

Knights, L.C., “Henry James and the Trapped Spectator.” In his Explorations: Essays in Criticism, London, Chatto and Windus, 1946, pp. 155-169.

Koch, Stephen, “Transcendence in The Wings of the Dove,” Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 93-102.

Krook, Dorothea, “Principles and Method in the Late Works of Henry James,” London Magazine, I (1954), 54-70.

La Farge, John, S.J. “Henry James’s Letters to the La Farges,” New England Quarterly, XXII (1949), 173-192.

Lerner, Daniel, “The Influence of Turgenev on Henry James,” Slavonic Yearbook. Volume XIX of the Slavonic and East European Review (Dec. 1941), 28-54.

Lewis, R.W.B., “Hawthorne and James: The Matter of the Heart,” and “Henry James: The Theater of Consciousness.” In his Trials of the Word. Essays in American Literature and the Humanistic Tradition, New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, pp. 77-96 6 112-128.

Mackenzie, M., “Ironic Melodrama in The Portrait of a Lady.” Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 7-23.

McCormick, John O., “The Rough and Lurid Vision: Henry James, Graham Greene and the International Theme,” Jahrbuch für Amerikastudien, II (1957), 158-167.

McFarlane, I.D., “A Literary Friendship: Henry James and Paul Bourget,” Cambridge Journal, IV (Dec. 1950), 144-161.

Mariani, Umberto, “The Italian Experience of Henry James,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIX (Sept. 1964), 237-254.

Markow, George, “Charles Du Bos et Henry James,” (Avec des documents inédits), Revue de Littérature Comparée, XXV (Dec. 1951), 436-448.

Matthiessen, F.O., “Henry James’ Portrait of the Artist.” Introduction to Henry James: Stories of Writers and Artists, Norfolk, Conn., New Directions, 1944.

Melchiori, Giorgio, “Two Mannerists: James and Hopkins.” In his The Tightrope Walkers: Studies in Mannerism in Modern English Literature, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1956, pp. 13-33.

Newton, J.M., “Isabel Archer’s Disease, and Henry James’s,” The Cambridge Quarterly, II (Winter 66-67), 3-22.

Niess, Robert J., “Henry James and Zola: A Parallel,” Revue de Littérature Comparée, XXX (1956), 93-98.

Pacey, W.C.D., “Henry James and His French Contemporaries,” American Literature, XIII (Nov. 1941), 240-256.

Paterson, John, “The Language of Adventure in Henry James,” American Literature. XXXII (1960), 291-301.

Poirier, Richard, “Visionary to Voyeur: Hawthorne and James.” In his A World Elsewhere. The Place of Style in American Literature, London, Chatto & Windus, 1967, pp. 93-148.

Pound, Erza, “Henry James.” In The Literary Essays of Ezra Pound, ed. with introd. by T.S. Eliot, London, Faber and Faber, 1954, pp. 295-338.

Powers, Lyall H., “Henry James and Zola’s Roman Expérimental,” University of Toronto Quarterly, XXX (Oct. 1960), 16-30.

“The Portrait of a Lady: ‘The Eternal Mystery of Things’,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIV (Sept. 1959), 143-155.

Rahv, Philip, “The Heiress of All Ages” and “Attitudes toward Henry James.” In his Image and Idea: Twenty Essays on Literary Themes, London, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1957, pp. 51-86.

Raleigh, J.H., “Henry James: the Poetics of Empiricism,” PMLA, LXVI (1951), 107-123.

Ranald, Ralph A., “The Sacred Fount: James’s Portrait of the Artist Manqué,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XV (Dec. 1960), 239-248.

Reid, Stephen, “Moral Passion in The Portrait of a Lady and The Spoils of Poynton,Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 24-43.

Rose, Alan, “The Spatial Form of The Golden Bowl, Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 103-116.

Sackville-West, E., “The Personality of Henry James,” “The Portrait of a Lady” and “The Sacred Fount.” In Inclinations, London, Seeker and Warburg, 1949, pp. 42-71.

Seznec, Jean, “Lettres de Tourguenieff à Henry James,” Comparative Literature, I (Summer 1942), 193-209.

Short, R.W., “Henry James’s World of Images,” PMLA, LXVIII (1953), 943-960.

— “The Sentence Structure of Henry James,” American Literature, XVIII (1946), 71-88.

Simon, Irène, “Jane Austen and ‘The Art of the Novel’,” English Studies, XLIII (Aug. 1962), 225-239.

Spender, Stephen, The Destructive Element, London, Jonathan Cape, 1935, pp. 23-110 6 189-200.

Spiller, Robert E., “Henry James.” In Eight American Authors: A Review in Research and Criticism, ed. by Floyd Stovall, New York, Modern Language Association of America, 1956, pp. 367-418.

Stafford, William T., “Emerson and the James Family,” American Literature, XXIV (Jan. 1953), 433-461.

— “Literary Allusions in James’s Prefaces,” American Literature, XXXV (March 1963), 60-70.

Stone, Edward, “Henry James and Rome,” The Boston Public Library Quarterly, III (April 1951), 143-145.

Tanner, Tony, “Henry James.” In his The Reign of Wonder: Naivety and Reality in American Literature, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1965, pp. 261-335.

Terrie, Henry L., “Henry James and the ‘Explosive Principle’,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XV (March 1961), 283-299.

Tintner, Adeline, “The Spoils of Henry James,” PMLA, LXI (March 1946), 239-251. Reprinted in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 139-155, under the title “The Museum World.”

Troy, William, “Henry James and the Young Writers,” Bookman, LXXIII (June 1931), 351-358. Reprinted in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 79-91, under the title “The New Generation.”

Volpe, Edmond L., “James’s Theory of Sex in Fiction,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIII (June 1958), 36-47.

Ward, J.A., “James’s The Europeans and the Structure of Comedy,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIX (June 1964), 1-16.

Warren, Austin, “Henry James: Symbolic Imagery in the Later Novels.” In his Rage for Order: Essays in Criticism, University of Michigan Press, 1959, pp. 142-161. Reprinted in Edel, éd., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 123-138.

Wegelin, Christof, “Jamesian Biography,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVIII (Dec. 1963), 283-287.

Wellek, René, “Henry James’s Literary Theory and Criticism,” American Literature, XXX (Nov. 1958), 293-321.

Wharton, Edith, “The Man of Letters.” In Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 31-36.

Wilson, Edmund, “The Ambiguity of Henry James.” (1934) Reprinted with revisions in his The Triple Thinkers (New York, Oxford University Press, 1948) and in Dupee, ed., The Question of Henry James, pp. 160-190.

— “The Pilgrimage of Henry James.” In his The Shores of Light: A Literary Chronicle of the Twenties and Thirties, New York, Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952, pp. 217-228. Reprinted in Edel, éd., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 63-71.

Winters, Yvor, “Maule’s Well, or Henry James and the Relation of Morals to Manners.” In his In Defense of Reason, Denver, Alan Swallow, 1947, pp. 300-343.

Woolf, Virginia, “Henry James” (originally published in The Death of the Moth) and “Henry James’s Ghost Stories” (originally published in Granite and Rainbow.) The Collected Essays of Virginia Woolf, vol. 1, London, Hogarth Press, 1966, pp. 267-292.

b) Individual Works

The Ambassadors

Edel, Leon, “Henry James’s Revisions for The Ambassadors,” Notes and Queries, n.s. II (Jan. 1955), 37-38.

Evans, Patricia, “The Meaning of the Match Image in James’s The Ambassadors,” Modern Language Notes, LXX (Jan. 1955), 36-37.

Gargano, James W.,The Ambassadors and Louis Lambert, Modern Language Notes, LXXV (March 1960), 211-213.

Garis, Robert E., “The Two Lambert Strethers: a New Reading of The Ambassadors, Modern Fiction Studies, VII (Winter 1961-62), 305-316.

Gordon, Caroline, “Some Readings and Misreadings,” Sewanee Review, LXI (Summer 1953), 387-388.

Hopkins, Viola. “Gloriani and the Tides of Taste,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVIII (June 1963), 65-71.

Humphreys, Susan M., “Henry James’s Revisions for The Ambassadors, Notes and Queries, n.s. I (Sept. 1954), 397-399.

Kamerbeek, J., Jr., “Two Golden Nails: Henry James—Sainte-Beuve,” Revue de Littérature Comparée, XXXVI (July-Sept. 1962), 447-451.

Kaye, Julian B.,The Awkward Age, The Sacred Fount, and The Ambassadors: Another Figure in the Carpet,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVII (March 1963), 339-353.

Knoepflmacher, U.C., “‘O Rare for Strether!’: Antony and Cleopatra and The Ambassadors, Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIX (March 1965), 333-344.

Lodge, David, “Strether by the River.” In his Language of Fiction: Essays in Criticism and Verbal Analysis of the English Novel, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966, pp. 189-213.

Ryan, Marjorie, “Forster, James, and Flaubert: A Parallel,” Notes and Queries, n.s. VIII (March 1961), 102-103.

Stallman, R.W., “Time and the Unnamed Article in The Ambassadors,

Modern Language Notes, LXXII (Jan. 1957), 27-32.

— “‘The Sacred Rage’: The Time-Theme in The Ambassadors, Modern

Fiction Studies, III (Spring 1957), 41-56.

Tanner, Tony, “The Watcher from the Balcony: Henry James’s The Ambassadors,The Critical Quarterly, VIII (Spring 1966), 35-52.

Watt, Ian, “The First Paragraph of The Ambassadors: An Explication,” Essays in Criticism, X (July 1960), 250-274.

Williams, Orlo, “The Ambassadors,The Criterion, VIII (Sept. 1924), 47-64. Williamson, Marilyn L., “‘Almost Wholly in French’: The Crisis in The Ambassadors, Notes and Queries, n.s. IX (March 1962), 106-107.

Young, Robert E., “An Error in The Ambassadors, American Literature, XXII (Nov. 1950), 245-253.

The American

Cargill, Oscar, “The First International Novel,” PMLA, LXXIII, 4 (Sept. 1958), 418-425.

Clair, John A.,The American: A Reinterpretation, PMLA, LXXIV (Dec. 1959), 613-618.

Creeth, Edmund, “Moonshine and Bloodshed: A Note on The American, Notes and Queries, n.s. IX (March 1962), 105-106.

Gettmann, R.A., “Henry James’s Revision of The American, American Literature, XVI (Jan. 1945). 279-295.

Schultz, Max F., “The Bellegardes’ Feud with Christopher Newman: A Study of Henry James’s Revisions of The American, American Literature, XXVII (March 1955), 42-55.

Stafford, W.T., “The Ending of James’s The American: A Defense of the Early Versions,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XVIII (June 1963), 86-89.

Traschen, I., “An American in Paris,” American Literature, XXVI (March 1954), 67-77.

Van Der Beets, R., “A Note on Henry James’s ‘Western Barbarian’,” Western Humanities Review, XVII, 2 (Spring 1963), 175-178.

Willett, Maurita, “Henry James’s Indebtedness to Balzac,” Revue de Littérature Comparée, XLI, 2 (April-June 1967), 204-227.

The Awkward Age

Hartsock, Mildred, “The Exposed Mind: A View of The Awkward Age, The Critical Quarterly, IX (Spring 1967), 49-58.

Hill, Hamlin L., “‘The Revolt of the Daughters’: A Suggested Source for ‘The Awkward Age’,” Notes and Queries, n.s. VIII (1961), 347-349.

Owen, Elizabeth, “‘The Awkward Age’ and the Contemporary English Scene,” Victorian Studies, XI (Sept. 1967), 63-82.

The Princess Casamassima

Dubler, Walter, “The Princess Casamassima: Its Place in the James Canon,” Modern Fiction Studies, XII (Spring 1966), 44-60.

Howe, Irving, “Henry James: The Political Vocation.” In Politics and the Novel, New York, Horizon Press, 1957, pp. 139-156. Reprinted in Edel, ed., H.J.: A Collection of Critical Essays, pp. 156-171.

Kimmey, John L.,The Princess Casamassima and the Quality of Bewilderment,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XXII (June 1967), 47-62.

Trilling, Lionel, “The Princess Casamassima, Horizon, XVII (April 1948), 267-295.

Vidan, Ivo, “‘The Princess Casamassima’ between Balzac and Conrad,” Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia, 21-22 (1966), 259-276.

The Tragic Muse

Cargill, Oscar, “Mr. James’s Aesthetic Mr. Nash,” Nineteenth-Century

Fiction, XII (Dec. 1957), 177-187.

— “Gabriel Nash—Somewhat Less than Angel?” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XIV (Dec. 1959). 83-92.

Lockridge, E.H., “A Vision of Art: Henry James’s The Tragic Muse. Modern Fiction Studies. XII (Spring 1966), 83-92.

Powers, Lyall H., “James’s The Tragic Muse—Ave Atque Vale. PMLA, LXXIII (June 1958), 270-274.

— “Mr. James’s Aesthetic Mr. Nash—Again,” Nineteenth-Century Fiction. XIII (March 1959), 341-349.

Snow, Lotus, “‘The Prose and the Modesty of the Matter’: James’s Imagery for the Artist in Roderick Hudson and The Tragic Muse. Modern Fiction Studies. XII (Spring 1966), 61-82.

What Maisie Knew

Hynes, Joseph A., “The Middle Way of Miss Farange: A Study of James’s Maisie. ELH. XXXII (Dec. 1965), 528-553.

Leavis, F.R., “‘What Maisie Knew’. A Disagreement.” In Marius Bewley: The Complex Fate. op. cit., pp. 144-131.

McCloskey, J.C., “What Maisie Knows: A Study of Childhood and Adolescence,” American Literature, XXXVI (Jan. 1965), 485-513.

Wilson, Harris W., “What Did Maisie Know?” College English, XVII (Feb. 1956), 279-282.

Worden, Ward S., “A Cut Version of What Maisie Knew, American Literature, XIV (Jan. 1953), 493-504.

— “Henry James’s What Maisie Knew: A Comparison with The Notebooks, PMLA, LXVIII (June 1953), 371-383.

III. MISCELLANEOUS

Bowron, Bernard R., “Realism in America,” Comparative Literature, III (Summer 1951), 268-285.

Dangelzer, J.Y., La description du milieu dans le roman français de Balzac à Zola (Thèse de doctorat), Paris, Presses Modernes, 1938.

Davis, Robert G., “The Sense of the Real in English Fiction,” Comparative Literature, III (Summer 1951), 200-217.

Decker, Clarence R., “Balzac’s Literary Reputation in Victorian Society,” PMLA, XLVII (Dec. 1932), 1150-57.

— “Zola’s Literary Reputation in England,” PMLA, XLIX (Dec. 1934), 1140-53.

Dryden, John, Of Dramatic Poesy and Other Critical Essays, 2 vols., ed. with introd. by George Watson, London, Dent & Sons, 1962.

Edel, Leon, ed., The Diary of Alice James, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1965.

Ferrere, E.L., L’esthétique de Flaubert, Paris, Louis Conard, 1913.

Frierson, William C, “The English Controversy over Realism in Fiction, 1885-1895,” PMLA, XLII (June 1928), 533-550.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Complete Novels and Selected Tales of—, ed. with introd. by Norman Homes Pearson, New York, The Modern Library, 1937.

The House of the Seven Gables, London, Dent (Everyman’s Library), 1962.

Howells, W.D., The Rise of Silas Lapham. London, Oxford University Press (The World’s Classics), 1948.

Irving, W., The Sketch Book, Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1843.

James, William, Pragmatism. A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking, New York, Longmans, Green & Co., 1907.

The Varieties of Religious Experience. A Study in Human Nature, London, Collins (The Fontana Library), 1960.

Kappler, R.G., “Ivan S. Turgenev as a Critic of French Literature,” Comparative Literature, X (1968), 133-141.

Lawrence, D.H., Phoenix. The Posthumous Papers of D.H. Lawrence, ed. with an introduction by Edmund McDonald, London, Heinemann, 1961.

Levin, Harry, “What is Realism?” Comparative Literature, III (Summer 1951), 193-199.

Maurois, André, Lélia, ou la vie de George Sand, Paris, Hachette, 1952.

Tourgueniev, Paris, Tallandier, 1952.

Pacey, Desmond, “Flaubert and his Victorian Critics,” University of Toronto Quarterly, XVI (Oct. 1946), 74-84.

Pater, Walter, Marius the Epicurean [1885], London, Dent (Everyman’s Library), 1966.

The Renaissance [1873], London, Collins (The Fontana Library), 1964.

Sartre, Jean-Paul, Situations I, Paris, Gallimard, 1947.

Tocqueville, A. de. Democracy in America, ed. with introd. by Henry Steele Commager, London, Oxford University Press (The World’s Classics), 1946.

Twain, Mark, The Innocents Abroad or The New Pilgrim’s Progress, Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1879 (2 vols.).

Wharton, Edith, A Backward Glance, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1964.

A complete list of James’s Essays, Articles and Reviews dealing with French Writers

Augier

1878 (Emile Augier’s Les Fourchambault) (Unsigned note).

The Nation, XXVI (27 June), 419.

Reprinted, under the title “M. Emile Augier,” in The Scenic Act, 1948. Balzac

Balzac

1875 Honoré de Balzac.

The Galaxy, XX (December), 814-836.

Reprinted in Fcench Poets and Novelists, 1878.

1877 The Letters of Honoré de Balzac (Review of Cocrespondance de H. de Balzac, 1819-1850).

The Galaxy, XXIII (February), 183-195.

Reprinted, under the title “Balzac’s Letters,” in Fcench Poets and Novelists, 1878.

1902 Honoré de Balzac (Introduction to a translation of Deux Jeunes Mariées: The Two Young Brides).

Reprinted, under the title “Honoré de Balzac, 1902,” in

— Notes on Novetists, 1914.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

1905 The Lesson Of Balzac

Atlantic Monthly, XCVI (August), 166-180.

Reprinted in

The Question of Ouc Speech. The Lesson of Balzac (1905).

The House of Fiction, 1957.

1913 Balzac (Unsigned review of Emile Faguet’s Balzac).

The Times Literary Supplement, No. 597 (19 June), 261-263.

Reprinted, under the title “Honoré de Balzac, 1913,” in Notes on Novelists, 1914.

Baudelaire

1876 Charles Baudelaire (Unsigned review of Les Fleurs du Mal).

The Nation, XXII (27 April), 279-281.

Reprinted in

French Poets and Novelists, 1878.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

Daudet

1882 Alphonse Daudet (Review of Ernest Daudet’s Mon Frère et Moi: Souvenirs d’Enfance et de Jeunesse).

Atlantic Monthly, XLIX (June), 846-851.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1883 Alphonse Daudet.

Century Magazine, XVI (August), 498-509.

Reprinted in Partial Portraits, 1888.

1897 Alphonse Daudet.

Literature, I (25 December), 306-307.

Reprinted in French Writers and American Women, 1960.

Dumas

1866 The Last French Novel (Unsigned review of Alexandre Dumas, fils: Affaire Clemenceau: Mémoire de l’Accusé).

The Nation, III (11 October), 286-288.

Reprinted in Notes and Reviews, 1921.

1873 Dumas and Goethe (Unsigned review of Goethe’s Faust, in a new translation by H. Bacharach, with a preface by Alexandre Dumas).

The Nation, XVII (30 October), 292-294.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1875 Paris Revisited (Dated 22 November).

(… The New Play by Alexandre Dumas…).

New York Tribune (11 December), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in

The Scenic Art, 1948.

Parisian Sketches, 1957.

1876 Parisian Affairs (Dated 28 February).

(… Dumas’s New Play, “L’Etrangère”…).

New York Tribune (25 March), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in

The Scenic Art, 1948.

Parisian Sketches, 1957.

1896 Dumas The Younger.

Boston Herald (23 February), III, 33: 1-4; New York Herald (23 February), VI, 5: 1-4.

Reprinted, under the title “Dumas the Younger, 1895,” in

Notes on Novelists, 1914.

The Scenic Art, 1948.

Erckmann-Chatrian

1877 (MM. Erckmann-Chatrian s Ami Fritz) (Unsigned note).

The Nation, XXIV (4 Januari), 14.

Reprinted in “Notes from Paris,” in The Scenic Art, 1948.

Feuillet

1868 (Octave Feuillet’s) Camors: or Life under the New Empire.

(Unsigned review of the English translation).

The Nation, VII (30 July), 91-93.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1877 (Octave Feuillet’s) Les Amours de Philippe (Unsigned review).

The Nation, XXV (15 November), 306.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Flaubert

1874 (Gustave) Flaubert’s Temptation of St. Anthony (Unsigned review of La Tentation de Saint Antoine.)

The Nation, XVII (4 June), 365-366.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957

1876 The Minor French Novelists.

The Galaxy, XI (February), 219-233.

Reprinted in part, under the title “Charles de Bernard and Gustave Flaubert,” in French Poets and Novelists, 1878. The remainder of the essay reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1893 Gustave Flaubert (Review of Correspondance de Gustave Flaubert Quatrième Série).

Macmillan s Magazine. LXVII (March), 332-343.

Reprinted in

Essays in London and Elsewhere, 1893.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

1897 London.

(… Bourget’s Oxford Lecture on Flaubert…).

Harpers Weekly, XLI (21 August), 834.

Reprinted, under the title “London Notes, August 1897,” in Notes on Novelists, 1914, and under the title “London Notes (The Classical Spirit), 1897,” in Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

1902 Madame Bovary (Introduction to a translation of Madame Bovary in “A Century of French Romance” series (Vol. 9).

Reprinted under the title “Gustave Flaubert, 1902,” in

Notes on Novelists, 1914.

The House of Fiction, 1957.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

France

1897 London (Dated 5 May).

(… Anatole France’s L’Orme du Mail…).

Harper’s Weekly. XLI (5 June), 562-563.

Gautier

1872 (Théophile Gautier’s) Tableaux de Siege (Unsigned review).

The Nation, XIV (25 January), 61-62.

1873 Théâtre de Théophile Gautier: Mystères, Comédies et Ballets (Review).

North American Review, CXVI (April), 310-329.

Reprinted, under the title “Théophile Gautier.” in French Poets and Novelists, 1878.

1874 (Ernest Feydeau’s) Théophile Gautier, Souvenirs Intimes.

(Théophile Gautier’s) Histoire du Romantisme, suivie de Notices romantiques, etc. (Reviews).

North American Review, CXIX (October), 416-423.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Gautier’s Winter in Russia (Unsigned review of Théophile Gautier’s A Winter in Russia).

The Nation. XIX (12 November), 321-322.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1875 (Théophile Gautier’s) Constantinople (Unsigned review of Robert Howe Gould’s translation).

The Nation, XXI (15 July), 45.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Goncourt

1876 The Minor French Novelists.

The Galaxy, XXI (February), 219-233.

Reprinted in part, under the title “Charles de Bernard and Gustave Flaubert,” in French Poets and Novelists, 1878. The remainder of the essay reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1877 (Edmond de Goncourt’s La Fille Elisa) (Unsigned note).

The Nation, XXIV (10 May), 280.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1888 The Journal of the Brothers de Goncourt (Review).

Fortnightly Review, L (October), 501-520.

Reprinted in

Essays in London and Elsewhere, 1893.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

Guérin, Eugénie de

1865 Eugénie de Guérin (Unsigned review of G.S. Trébutien’s The Journal of Eugénie de Guérin).

The Nation, I (14 December), 752-753.

Reprinted, under the title “Eugénie de Guérin’s Journal,” in Notes and Reviews, 1921.

1866 The Letters of Eugénie de Guérin (Unsigned review).

The Nation, III (13 September), 206-207.

Reprinted in Notes and Reviews, 1921.

Guérin, Maurice de

1867 Maurice de Guérin (Unsigned review of the English translation, by Edward Thornton Fisher, of the Journal of Maurice de Guérin).

The Nation, IV (7 March), 187-189.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Hugo

1866 Victor Hugo’s Last Novel (Unsigned review of Les Travailleurs ae la Mer).

The Nation, II (12 April), 466-468.

Reprinted in Notes and Reviews, 1921.

1874 (Victor Hugo’s) Ninety-Three (Unsigned review of Quatre-vingt-treize and its English translation).

The Nation, XVIII (9 April), 238-239.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1876 Parisian Topics (Dated 28 January).

(… Victor Hugo’s Address to the Communal Delegates…).

New York Tribune (19 February), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches. 1957.

1877 (Victor Hugo’s Légende des Siècles) (Unsigned note).

The Nation, XXIV (3 May), 266.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Loti

1888 Pierre Loti.

Fortnightly Review, XLIX (May), 647-664.

Reprinted in Essays in London and Elsewhere, 1893.

1897 London (Dated 1 July).

(The English Novel and the Work of George Gissing—Pierre Loti).

Harper’s Weekly, XLI (31 July), 754.

Reprinted, under the title “London Notes, July 1897,” in Notes on Novelists, 1914.

Maupassant

1888 Guy de Maupassant.

Fortnightly Review. XLIX (March), 364-386.

Reprinted in

Partial Portraits, 1888.

The House of Fiction, 1957.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

1889 Guy de Maupassant.

Harper’s Weekly, XXXIII (19 October), 834-835.

Reprinted as an introduction to The Odd Number, selected tales of De Maupassant, 1889.

Mérimée

1874 The Letters of Prosper Mérimée (Review of Lettres à une Inconnue).

The Independent (9 April), 9-10.

Reprinted, under the title “Mérimée’s Letters,” in French Poets and Novelists, 1878.

(Prosper Mérimée’s) Dernières Nouvelles (Unsigned review).

The Nation, XVIII (12 February), III.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1876 (Prosper Mérimée’s) Lettres à une Autre Inconnue (Unsigned review).

The Nation, XXII (27 January), 67-68.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1898 Prosper Mérimée.

Literature, III (23 July), 66-68.

Reprinted in French Writers and American Women, 1960.

Musset

1877 Alfred de Musset.

The Galaxy, XXIII (June), 780-802.

Reprinted in French Poets and Novelists, 1878.

1897 She and He: Recent Documents (On the Friendship of George Sand and Alfred de Musset).

The Yellow Book, XII (January). 15-38.

Reprinted, under the title “George Sand, 1897,” in

Notes on Novelists, 1914.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

Renan

1875 (Ernest Renan at Ischia) (Unsigned note).

The Nation, XXI (30 December), 49.

1876 Parisian Topics (dated 27 may).

(… M. Ernest Renan’s New Volume etc….).

New York Tribune (17 June), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches, 1957.

George Sand (Dated 28 June).

(… M. Renan’s Tribute to her Genius…).

New York Tribune (22 July) 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches, 1957.

1883 The Reminiscences of Ernest Renan (Unsigned review of Renan’s Souvenirs d’Enfance et de Jeunesse).

Atlantic Monthly, LII (August), 274-281.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Rostand

1901 Edmond Rostand.

Cornhill Magazine, n.s. XI (November), 577-598; the Critic. XXXIX (November), 437-450.

Reprinted in The Scenic Art, 1948.

Sainte-Beuve

1868 Sainte-Beuve’s Portraits (Unsigned review of the translation of Sainte-Beuve’s Portraits of Celebrated Women).

The Nation, VI (4 June), 454-455.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1875 Sainte-Beuve’s First Articles (Unsigned review of C.A. Sainte-Beuve’s Premiers Lundis).

The Nation, XX (18 February), 117-118.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Sainte-Beuve’s English Portraits (Unsigned review of C.A. Sainte-Beuve’s Causeries du Lundi, in English translation).

The Nation, XX (15 April), 261-262.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1880 Sainte-Beuve (Review of Correspondance de C.A. Sainte-Beuve, 1822-1869).

North American Review, CXXX (January), 51-68.

Reprinted, with revisions by the author, in American Literary Criticism, 1904.

Sand

1868 (George Sand’s) Mademoiselle Merquem (Unsigned review).

The Nation, VII (16 July), 52-53.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1876 Recent Novels (Unsigned review of… George Sand’s Flamarande and Les Deux Frères…).

The Nation, XXII (13 January), 32-34.

Parisian Topics (Dated 9 June) (… The Late George Sand…).

New York Tribune (1 July), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches, 1957.

George Sand (Dated 28 June).

(Incidents of Her Career—Her Tireless Industry—M. Renan’s Tribute to Her Genius—Characteristics of Her Earlier and Later Works).

New York Tribune (22 July), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches, 1957.

1877 George Sand.

The Galaxy. XIV (July), 45-61.

Reprinted in French Poets and Novetists, 1878.

1877 (George Sand’s) Dernières Pages (Unsigned review).

The Nation, XXV (25 October), 259-260.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1897 She and He: Recent Documents (On the Friendship of George Sand and Alfred de Musset): cf. Musset.

1902 George Sand: The New Life.

North American Review, CLXXIV (April), 536-554.

Reprinted, under the title “George Sand, 1899,” in Notes on Novelists, 1914.

1914 (Vladimir Karenine’s) George Sand, sa Vie et ses Œuvres, Vol. III (Review).

Quarterly Review, CCXX (April), 315-338; Living Age, CCLXXXI (13 June), 643-657.

Reprinted, under the title “George Sand, 1914,” in Notes on Novelists, 1914.

Sardou

1876 The Parisian Stage (Dated 7 January).

(… Success of Sardou’s Ferreol…).

New York Tribune (29 January), 3: 1-2.

Reprinted in The Scenic Art, 1948.

Schérer

1865 A French Critic (Unsigned review of Edmond Schérer’s Nouvelles Etudes sur la Littérature Contemporaine).

The Nation, I (12 October), 468-470).

Reprinted in Notes and Reviews, 1921.

1876 Literary Studies (Unsigned review of Edmond Schérer’s Etudes Critiques de Littérature).

The Nation. XXII (6 April), 233.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Stendhal

1874 Henry Beyle (Unsigned review of Andrew A. Paton’s Henry Beyle (Otherwise De Stendhal): A Critical and Biographical Study.)

The Nation. XIX (17 September), 187-189.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Taine

1868 Taine’s Italy (Unsigned review of the English translation of H. Taine’s Italy: Rome and Naples).

The Nation, VI (7 May), 373-375.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1872 Taine’s Notes on England (Unsigned review of H. Taine’s Notes sur l’Angleterre.)

The Nation, XIV (25 January), 58-60.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

(H. Taine’s) English Literature (Review of H. Van Laun’s translation of Histoire de la Littérature Anglaise.)

Atlantic Monthly, XXIX (April), 469-472. Reprinted in

Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

1875 Taine’s Notes on Paris (Unsigned review of H.A. Taine’s Notes on Paris. The Life and Opinions of M. Frédéric-Thomas Graindorge, etc.).

The Nation, XX (6 May), 318-319.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1876 Versailles as it is (Dated 16 December).

(… M. Taine’s New Book…).

New York Tribune (8 January), 2: 1-2.

Reprinted in Parisian Sketches, 1957.

Turgenev

1874 Fruhlingsfüthen. Ein König Lear des Dorfes. Zwei Novellen von I wan Turgeniew (Review).

North American Review, CXVIII (April), 326-356.

Reprinted, under the title “Ivan Turgénieff,” in French Poets and Novelists, 1878.

1877 (Ivan Turgenev’s) Terres Vierges (Unsigned review of the French translation by E. Durand-Gréville ).

The Nation, XXIC (26 April), 252-253.

Reprinted in Literary Reviews and Essays, 1957.

1884 Ivan Turgenieff.

Atlantic Monthly, LIU (January), 42-55.

Reprinted in Partial Portraits, 1888.

1897 Ivan Turgenieff.

Library of the World’s Best Literature Ancient and Modern, Charles Dudley Warner, editor, vol. XXV, 15057-15062.

Reprinted, under the title “Turgenev and Tolstoy,” in The House of Fiction, 1957.

Zola

1880 (Emile Zola’s) Nana.

The Parisian (Paris), No. 48 (26 February), 9.

Reprinted in The House of Fiction, 1957.

1903 Emile Zola.

Atlantic Monthly, XCII (August), 193-210. Reprinted in

Notes on Novelists, 1914.

The House of Fiction, 1957.

Selected Literary Criticism, 1963.

Notes

1 This issue follows the text of the New York Edition, and contains all the fiction that James published in book form during his life, even the stories that had been omitted from the New York Edition. The titles in capitals are those of the novels analysed, the asterisk indicates the edition used.
A chronological list of the tales is given below. For a complete list in this issue see A Bibliography of the Writings of Henry James by Leon Edel and Dan H. Laurence (revised edition, London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1961), pp. 169-170.

2 This chronological edition of James’s shorter fiction follows the text of the original book form where there was one, or the original magazine text. All my quotations from James’s tales are from this edition.

3 A complete list of James’s essays and reviews dealing with French writers is given below.

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