9781403934628

Palgrave Advances in Henry James Studies

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    9781403934628

  • ISBN10:

    1403934622

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-03-15
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Summary

This entry in the Advances series focuses on theoretical and critical ideas pertinent to the contemporary study of Henry James, situating discussions of their respective critical trends both by looking back at their development and speculating about future developments. Specially commissioned contributions include a discussion of the development of critical tenets, methodologies, and methods from the initial reception of James to the present; the main contours of the contemporary situation; evaluations of the nominated area in relation to past and continuing critical approaches to relevant primary texts, and some speculation about future developments.

Author Biography

Peter Rawlings is Lecturer and Associate Head, School of English, University of West of England.

Table of Contents

Chronology of Key Publications and Events * Introduction; P.Rawlings * Henry James and Critical Theory; S.Teahan * Narrative and Narratology; P.Rawlings * Psychoanalytical Theory and Criticism; J.H.Rivkin * Feminism; P.L.Walton * Masculinity; E.L.Haralson * Queer Theory; E.Savoy * Transnationalism; J.C.Rowe * Film and Drama; C.Hughes * History; G.Buelens * Morality; P.B.Armstrong * Autobiography; T.Follini * Letters; G.W.Zacharias & P.A.Walker * Material Culture and the Marketplace; C.Meissner * Bibliography and Guide to Further Reading * Index

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