Leon Edel

Among his many accomplishments over some forty years devoted to James scholarship, Leon Edel was the author of the monumental five-volume Life of Henry James, which won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. He was Citizens Professor of English at the University of Hawai‘i.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Henry James: Selected LettersHenry James: Selected LettersJames, Henry
Edel, Leon
E-DITION10/28/1987$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: The Letters of Henry James, Volume I: 1843–1875The Letters of Henry James, Volume I: 1843–1875James, Henry
Edel, Leon
HARDCOVER01/01/1974$96.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The Letters of Henry James, Volume II: 1875–1883The Letters of Henry James, Volume II: 1875–1883James, Henry
Edel, Leon
HARDCOVER01/01/1975$116.50
Cover: The Letters of Henry James, Volume III: 1883–1895The Letters of Henry James, Volume III: 1883–1895James, Henry
Edel, Leon
HARDCOVER01/01/1980$116.50
Cover: The Letters of Henry James, Volume IV: 1895–1916The Letters of Henry James, Volume IV: 1895–1916James, Henry
Edel, Leon
HARDCOVER01/01/1984$116.50
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