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The Letters of Henry James, Volume IV: 1895–1916

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HARDCOVER

$116.50 • £93.95 • €105.00

ISBN 9780674387836

Publication Date: 01/01/1984

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872 pages

18 halftones

Belknap Press

The Letters of Henry James

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  • Introduction
  • Brief Chronology
  • 1. Withdrawal from London, 1895–1900
  • 2. The Edwardian Novels, 1900–1904
  • 3. The American Scene, 1904–1905
  • 4. Revisions, 1905–1910
  • 5. Terminations, 1911–1915
  • Appendixes
    • I. William James on Henry James
    • II. Edith Wharton’s Subsidy of The Ivory Tower
    • III. The Autobiographies
    • IV. “A Curse Not Less Explicit Than Shakespeare’s Own”
    • V. The Deathbed Dictation
    • VI. Holdings of Henry James’s Letters
  • Index

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