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"Books in General" by Edward Sackville West from New Statesman and Nation, April 17, 1943, © 1943 by New Statesman and Nation. Reprinted by permission of The Observer, Ltd.

"Introduction" by Graham Greene from The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James, © 1947 by Oxford University Press. Reprinted by permission of the Estate of Graham Greene.

" The Portrait of a Lady Reprinted" by F. R. Leavis from Scrutiny 15, No. 3 (Summer 1948), © 1948 by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press.

"The Lesson of the Master: The Portrait of a Lady" by Richard Chase from The American Novel and Its Tradition by Richard Chase, © 1957 by Richard Chase. Reprinted by permission of Doubleday, a division of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.

"The High Brutality of Good Intentions" by William H. Gass from Fiction and the Figures of Life by William H. Gass, © 1958, 1970 by William H. Gass. Reprinted by permission of International Creative Management, Inc.

"The Portrait of a Lady" by Richard Poirier from The Comic Sense of Henry James: A Study of the Early Novels by Richard Poirier, © 1960 by Richard Poirier. Reprinted by permission of the author.

"A Band of Egotists" by Leon Edel from Henry James 1870-1881: The Conquest of London by Leon Edel, © 1962 by Leon Edel. Reprinted by permission.

"The Portrait of a Lady" by Dorothea Krook from The Ordeal of Consciousness in Henry James by Dorothea Krook, © 1962 by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press.

" Communities of Knowledge: Secret Society in Henry James" by Manfred Mackenzie from ELH 39, No. I ( March 1972), © 1972 by The Johns Hopkins Press. Reprinted by permission of The Johns Hopkins University Press.

"Henry James: Femininity and the Moral Sensibility" by Lisa Appignanesi from Femininity and the Creative Imagination: A Study of Henry James, Robert Musil and Marcel Proust by Lisa Appignanesi, © 1973 by Vision Press. Reprinted by permission.

"The Jamesian Character" by Ronald Wallace from Henry James and the Comic Form by Ronald Wallace, © 1975 by The University of Michigan. Reprinted by permission of The University of Michigan Press.

"Pragmatism and The Portrait of a Lady" by Peter Jones from Philosophy and Literature 5, No. I (Spring 1981), © 1981 by Peter Jones. Reprinted by permission of the author and The Johns Hopkins University Press.

" The Fearful Self" (originally titled " The Fearful Self: Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady") by Tony Tanner from Critical Quarterly 7, No. 3 (Autumn 1965), © 1965 by Critical Quarterly. Reprinted by permission of the author.

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  • Major Literary Characters *
  • Isabel Archer *
  • Contents *
  • The Analysis of Character Harold Bloom ix
  • Editor's Note xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Critical Extracts 5
  • Henry James 5
  • Horace E. Scudder 8
  • Margaret Oliphant 10
  • Henry James 15
  • Cornelia Pulsifer Kelley 19
  • Yvor Winters 23
  • Edward Sackville West 24
  • Graham Greene 28
  • F. R. Leavis 32
  • Richard Chase 37
  • William H. Gass 41
  • Richard Poirier 45
  • Leon Edel 51
  • Dorothea Krook 57
  • Laurence Bedwell Holland 60
  • Manfred Mackenzie 64
  • Lisa Appignanesi 72
  • Ronald Wallace 76
  • Peter Jones 80
  • Critical Essays 91
  • Tony Tanner the Fearful Self 91
  • Annette Niemtzow Marriage and the New Woman in the Portrait of a Lady 104
  • Notes 117
  • Nina Baym Revision and Thematic Change in the Portrait of a Lady 119
  • Notes 129
  • Zephyra Porat Transcendental Idealism and Tragic Realism in the Portrait of a Lady 131
  • Notes 149
  • Jonathan Freedman James, Pater, and the Dreaming of Aestheticism 152
  • Notes 163
  • Stephanie A. Smith the Delicate Organisms and Theoretic Tricks of Henry James 164
  • Notes 179
  • William Veeder the Feminine Orphan and the Emergent Master 181
  • Notes 199
  • Contributors 203
  • Bibliography 205
  • Acknowledgments 211
  • Index 213
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