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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents 1
  • Book Summary 2
  • About the American 4
  • Character List 6
  • Summary and Analysis 7
  • Chapter I 8
  • Chapter II 9
  • Chapter III 11
  • Chapter IV 13
  • Chapter V 14
  • Chapter VI 15
  • Chapter VII 16
  • Chapter VIII 17
  • Chapter IX 19
  • Chapter X 20
  • Chapter XI 21
  • Chapter XII 22
  • Chapter XIII 24
  • Chapter XIV 25
  • Chapter XV 26
  • Chapter XVI 27
  • Chapter XVII 29
  • Chapter XVIII 31
  • Chapter XIX 33
  • Chapter XX 34
  • Chapter XXI 35
  • Chapter XXII 36
  • Chapter XXIII 37
  • Chapter XXIV 38
  • Chapter XXV 39
  • Chapter XXVI 40
  • Character Analysis 42
  • Christopher Newman 43
  • Claire de Cintré 44
  • Valentin de Bellegarde 45
  • The Bellegardes 46
  • Mrs. Tristram 47
  • Henry James Biography 48
  • Critical Essays 50
  • Meaning through Social Contrasts- The American versus the European 51
  • Special Jamesian Problems and Interests 55
  • Study Help 58
  • Essay Questions 59
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