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Henry James’s « The Art of Fiction » in its European Context - Persée

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We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Format Paperback. Barbara Hardy has concentrated on the late period from to , observing language and theme in close readings of The Ambassadors, The Wings of the Dove, The Golden Bowl, The Sacred Fount , the great ghost-story, The Jolly Corner and other tales, autobiography, travel and the influential criticism.

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She has been writing about James since the fifties and draws on long experience of teaching James — to addicts, hostile parodists, and persevering fiction-lovers fascinated by a demandingly extravagant and original novelist. This study of the most innovative of Victorian and Edwardian novelists will interest new and old Jamesians, novel-readers and students at all levels.