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James, Henry, 1843-1916 - Criticism and interpretation, National characteristics, American, in literature, James, Henry, 1843-1916. University of Toronto Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

The Grasping ImaginationThere has been almost no study of the . Recently added item(s). You have no items in your shopping cart. There has been almost no study of the American writings of Henry James, that is, the fiction, essays, and travel literature with an American setting.

The Grasping ImaginationThere has been almost no study of the American writings of Henry James, that is, the fiction, essays, and travel literature with an Am. The great bulk of Jamesian criticism deals with the international novels, particularly his late works. This study places James’s career in a new perspective by discussing its American aspect.

There has been almost no study of the American writings of Henry James, that is, the fiction, essays, and travel literature with an American setting. The great bulk of Jamesian criticism deals with the international novels, particularly his late works

There has been almost no study of the American writings of Henry James, that is, the fiction, essays, and travel literature with an American setting. It gives the critic an opportunity to come to grips with the evolution of James’s technique from his second short story to his penultimate, unfinished novel, The Ivory Tower.

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James apparently believed he was writing an ‘American’ novel but, as Miss Cornelia Kelley has remarked, ‘everything about it was not observed but imagined Save. When Henry James wroteThe Europeansin 1878, he avoided most of the mistakes in characterization and setting that he had made inRoderick Hudson. The American Scene,published in book form in 1907, has undergone a long ostracism from the critics until recent years.

Peter Martinus Buitenhuis. University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division, 15 Ara 1970 - 310 sayfa. This study places James s career in a new perspective by discussing its American aspect. It gives the critic an opportunity to come to grips with the evolution of James s technique from his second short story to his penultimate, unfinished novel, The Ivory Tower.

Peter Martinus Buitenhuis (1925-2004), English Professor Emeritus at Simon Fraser University (SFU), was a. .

Peter Martinus Buitenhuis (1925-2004), English Professor Emeritus at Simon Fraser University (SFU), was a prolific scholarly writer and literary critic. In charting that course for the first time, Mr. Buitenhuis does more than enforce James’s American roots, which have so often been questioned; he also helps to clarify and heighten the dramatic confrontation of the Old World and New, which was the central concern of his fiction.

The grasping imagination. the American writings of Henry James. Criticism and interpretation, National characteristics, American, in literature. Published 1970 by University of Toronto Press in . Written in English. Henry James (1843-1916).

The Grasping Imagination : The American Writings of Henry James. ISBN13: 9780802052445.

Peter Buithenhuis, The Grasping Imagination: The American Writings of Henry James, Toronto: University of.Beverly Haviland, Henry James’s Last Romance: Making Sense of the Past and The American Scene, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Peter Buithenhuis, The Grasping Imagination: The American Writings of Henry James, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1970. Oscar Cargill, The Novels of Henry James, New York: Macmillan, 1961. Sarah B. Daugherty, The Literary Criticism of Henry James, Athens: Ohio University Press, 1981. Richard Hocks, Henry James and Pragmatistic Thought: A Study in the Relationship Between the Philosophy of William James and the Literary Art of Henry James, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1974.

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