Critical Companion to Henry James by Eric L. Haralson, Kendall Johnson
  

Critical Companion to Henry James

Written by Eric L. Haralson, Kendall Johnson
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Part of the Critical Companion Series Series

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Critical Companion to Henry James by Eric L. Haralson, Kendall Johnson

School curriculum, and his longer, more complicated novels - including The Bostonians , The Portrait of a Lady , The Ambassadors , and many more - are some of the greatest and most influential novels ever written. Critical Companion to Henry James covers the life and works of Henry James as well as the related people, places, and topics that shaped his writing. Other features in this new title include a chronology of James' life, bibliographies of his works and of secondary sources, and black-and-white photographs and illustrations, providing essential background for the study of this literary master. Coverage of this title includes: a concise but thorough biography; entries on James' works, including his novels, novellas, short stories, criticism, travel writing, and more; characters are included as subentries within longer entries on fictional works; related people, places, and topics, including William James, New York, and the Civil War; and, Appendixes, including a chronology of James' life, a bibliography of James' works, and a secondary-source bibliography.

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Format

Hardback
516 pages

Author

Eric L. Haralson, Kendall Johnson
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Publisher

Facts On File Inc

Publication date

15th September 2009

ISBN

9780816068869


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