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Regarded as one of the key figures of nineteenth century realism, Henry James has become famous for his novels and tales that explore the clash between the Old World Europeans and New World Americans. Using an innovative method of writing from a character’s point of view within a tale, James’ works explore issues related to consciousness and perception, producing his own inimitable ‘impressionist’ style. Delphi Classics is proud to present the complete works of this important master for the first time in publishing history, providing every novel, tale, non-fiction work and bonus material.? (Version 10) * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * All 23 novels – including THE OTHER HOUSE, often missed out of collections * The unfinished novels THE IVORY TOWER and THE SENSE OF THE PAST * The novel THE WHOLE FAMILY, which James collaborated on with 11 other authors * All 112 of the novellas (including THE ASPERN PAPERS and THE TURN OF THE SCREW) and short stories with BOTH chronological and alphabetical contents tables * Includes James' rare plays * The complete travel writing, with many rare works appearing in digital print for the first time * Rare Non-Fiction collections and essays * Features James' three autobiographies, available nowhere else - explore the Great Master's literary life! * Special BONUS critical texts - discover how writers such as Conrad, Wells, Woolf and Stevenson viewed James’ works * Many images relating to James and his work * COMPLETELY UPDATED with revised texts and improvements * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres The Novels WATCH AND WARD RODERICK HUDSON THE AMERICAN THE EUROPEANS CONFIDENCE WASHINGTON SQUARE THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY THE BOSTONIANS THE PRINCESS CASAMASSIMA THE REVERBERATOR THE TRAGIC MUSE THE OTHER HOUSE THE SPOILS OF POYNTON WHAT MAISIE KNEW THE AWKWARD AGE THE SACRED FOUNT THE WINGS OF THE DOVE THE AMBASSADORS THE GOLDEN BOWL THE OUTCRY THE WHOLE FAMILY THE IVORY TOWER THE SENSE OF THE PAST The Tales LIST OF TALES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF TALES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Plays PYRAMUS AND THISBE STILL WATERS A CHANGE OF HEART DAISY MILLER TENANTS DISENGAGED THE ALBUM THE REPROBATE GUY DOMVILLE SUMMERSOFT THE HIGH BID THE OUTCRY The Travel Writing TRANSATLANTIC SKETCHES PORTRAITS OF PLACES A LITTLE TOUR IN FRANCE ENGLISH HOURS THE AMERICAN SCENE ITALIAN HOURS The Non-Fiction FRENCH NOVELISTS AND POETS HAWTHORNE PARTIAL PORTRAITS ESSAYS IN LONDON AND ELSEWHERE PICTURE AND TEXT WILLIAM WETMORE STORY AND HIS FRIENDS VIEWS AND REVIEWS NOTES ON NOVELISTS WITHIN THE RIM AND OTHER ESSAYS NOTES AND REVIEWS THE ART OF THE NOVEL The Letters THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES The Autobiographies A SMALL BOY AND OTHERS NOTES OF A SON AND BROTHER THE MIDDLE YEARS The Criticism HENRY JAMES — AN APPRECIATION by Joseph Conrad HENRY JAMES, JR by William Dean Howells HENRY JAMES: A CRITICAL STUDY by Ford Madox Ford SUSPENDED JUDGMENTS: HENRY JAMES by John Cowper Powys AN EXTRACT FROM ‘THE DECAY OF LYING’ by Oscar Wilde OTHER ESSAYS: HENRY JAMES by Virginia Woolf MEMOIRS AND PORTRAITS: AN ESSAY AND LETTER by Robert Louis Stevenson UNDERWOODS: POEMS ADDRESSED TO HENRY JAMES by Robert Louis Stevenson INTRODUCTION TO THE AUTOBIOGRAPHIES by F. W. Dupee OF ART, OF LITERATURE, OF MR. HENRY JAMES by H. G. Wells HENRY JAMES by Arnold Bennett
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Title page

COPYRIGHT

The Novels

WATCH AND WARD

CONTENTS

PART FIRST

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

PART SECOND

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

PART THIRD

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

PART FOURTH

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

PART FIFTH

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

RODERICK HUDSON

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. Rowland

CHAPTER II. Roderick

CHAPTER III. Rome

CHAPTER IV. Experience

CHAPTER V. Christina

CHAPTER VI. Frascati

CHAPTER VII. Saint Cecilia’s

CHAPTER VIII. Provocation

CHAPTER IX. Mary Garland

CHAPTER X. The Cavaliere

CHAPTER XI. Mrs. Hudson

CHAPTER XII. The Princess Casamassima

CHAPTER XIII. Switzerland

THE AMERICAN

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

CHAPTER XIV

CHAPTER XV

CHAPTER XVI

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII

CHAPTER XIX

CHAPTER XX

CHAPTER XXI

CHAPTER XXII

CHAPTER XXIII

CHAPTER XXIV

CHAPTER XXV

CHAPTER XXVI

THE EUROPEANS

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CONFIDENCE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

CHAPTER XIV

CHAPTER XV

CHAPTER XVI

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII

CHAPTER XIX

CHAPTER XX

CHAPTER XXI

CHAPTER XXII

CHAPTER XXIII

CHAPTER XXIV

CHAPTER XXV

CHAPTER XXVI

CHAPTER XXVII

CHAPTER XXVIII

CHAPTER XXIX

CHAPTER XXX

WASHINGTON SQUARE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

XXXII

XXXIII

XXXIV

XXXV

THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

CONTENTS

VOLUME I

PREFACE

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

CHAPTER XIV

CHAPTER XV

CHAPTER XVI

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII

CHAPTER XIX

CHAPTER XX

CHAPTER XXI

CHAPTER XXII

CHAPTER XXIII

CHAPTER XXIV

CHAPTER XXV

CHAPTER XXVI

CHAPTER XXVII

VOLUME II

CHAPTER XXVIII

CHAPTER XXIX

CHAPTER XXX

CHAPTER XXXI

CHAPTER XXXII

CHAPTER XXXIII

CHAPTER XXXIV

CHAPTER XXXV

CHAPTER XXXVI

CHAPTER XXXVII

CHAPTER XXXVIII

CHAPTER XXXIX

CHAPTER XL

CHAPTER XLI

CHAPTER XLII

CHAPTER XLIII

CHAPTER XLIV

CHAPTER XLV

CHAPTER XLVI

CHAPTER XLVII

CHAPTER XLVIII

CHAPTER XLIX

CHAPTER L

CHAPTER LI

CHAPTER LII

CHAPTER LIII

CHAPTER LIV

CHAPTER LV

THE BOSTONIANS

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

BOOK SECOND

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

XXXII

XXXIII

XXXIV

BOOK THIRD

XXXV

XXXVI

XXXVII

XXXVIII

XXXIX

XL

XLI

XLII

THE PRINCESS CASAMASSIMA

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

BOOK SECOND

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

BOOK THIRD

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

XXXII

BOOK FOURTH

XXXIII

XXXIV

XXXV

XXXVI

XXXVII

XXXVIII

XXXIX

XL

XLI

XLII

BOOK FIFTH

XLIII

XLIV

XLV

XLVI

XLVII

THE REVERBERATOR

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

THE TRAGIC MUSE

CONTENTS

PREFACE

BOOK FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

BOOK SECOND

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

BOOK THIRD

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

BOOK FOURTH

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

BOOK FIFTH

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

BOOK SIX

XXXII

XXXIII

XXXIV

XXXV

XXXVI

XXXVII

XXXVIII

XXXIX

XL

XLI

BOOK SEVENTH

XLII

XLIII

XLIV

XLV

XLVI

BOOK EIGHTH

XLVII

XLVIII

XLIX

L

LI

THE OTHER HOUSE

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

BOOK SECOND

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

BOOK THIRD

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

XXXII

XXXIII

THE SPOILS OF POYNTON

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

WHAT MAISIE KNEW

CONTENTS

WHAT MAISIE KNEW

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

THE AWKWARD AGE

CONTENTS

PREFACE

BOOK FIRST. LADY JULIA

I

II

III

BOOK SECOND. LITTLE AGGIE

II

III

IV

V

VI

BOOK THIRD. MR. LONGDON

II

III

BOOK FOURTH. MR. CASHMORE

II

III

BOOK FIFTH. THE DUCHESS

II

III

IV

V

BOOK SIXTH. MRS. BROOK

II

III

BOOK SEVENTH. MITCHY

II

III

BOOK EIGHTH. TISHY GRENDON

I

II

III

IV

BOOK NINTH. VANDERBANK

I

II

III

IV

BOOK TENTH. NANDA

I

II

III

IV

THE SACRED FOUNT

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

THE WINGS OF THE DOVE

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

I

II

BOOK SECOND

III

IV

BOOK THIRD

V

VI

BOOK FOURTH

VII

VIII

IX

BOOK FIFTH

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

BOOK SIXTH

I

II

III

IV

V

BOOK SEVENTH

I

II

III

IV

BOOK EIGHTH

I

II

III

BOOK NINTH

I

II

III

IV

BOOK TENTH

I

II

III

IV

V

THE AMBASSADORS

CONTENTS

Preface

Book First

I

II

III

Book Second

I

II

Book Third

I

II

Book Fourth

I

II

Book Fifth

I

II

III

Book Sixth

I

II

III

Book Seventh

I

II

III

Book Eighth

I

II

III

Book Ninth

I

II

III

Book Tenth

I

II

III

Book Eleventh

I

II

III

IV

Book Twelfth

I

II

III

IV

V

THE GOLDEN BOWL

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST: THE PRINCE

PART FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

PART SECOND

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

PART THIRD

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

BOOK SECOND: THE PRINCESS

PART FOURTH

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

XXX

XXXI

XXXII

XXXIII

XXXIV

PART FIFTH

XXXV

XXXVI

XXXVII

XXXVIII

XXXIX

PART SIXTH.

XL

XLI

XLII

THE OUTCRY

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

BOOK SECOND

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

BOOK THIRD

I

II

III

IV

THE WHOLE FAMILY

CONTENTS

I. THE FATHER, by William Dean Howells

II. THE OLD-MAID AUNT, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman

III. THE GRANDMOTHER, by Mary Heaton Vorse

IV. THE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, by Mary Stewart Cutting

V. THE SCHOOL-GIRL, by Elizabeth Jordan

VI. THE SON-IN-LAW, by John Kendrick Bangs

VII. THE MARRIED SON, by Henry James

VIII. THE MARRIED DAUGHTER, By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps

IX. THE MOTHER, by Edith Wyatt

X. THE SCHOOL-BOY, By Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews

Rabbits.

XI. PEGGY, by Alice Brown

XII. THE FRIEND OF THE FAMILY, by Henry Van Dyke

THE IVORY TOWER

CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER TWO

CHAPTER THREE

BOOK SECOND

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER TWO

CHAPTER THREE

BOOK THIRD

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER TWO

CHAPTER THREE

CHAPTER FOUR

CHAPTER FIVE

BOOK FOURTH

CHAPTER ONE

THE SENSE OF THE PAST

CONTENTS

PREFACE

BOOK FIRST

BOOK SECOND

BOOK THIRD

BOOK FOURTH

NOTES FOR ‘THE SENSE OF THE PAST’

The Tales

LIST OF TALES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

CONTENTS

LIST OF TALES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

CONTENTS

A TRAGEDY OF ERROR

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

THE STORY OF A YEAR

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

A LANDSCAPE-PAINTER

A DAY OF DAYS

MY FRIEND BINGHAM

POOR RICHARD

CONTENTS

PART I

PART II

PART III

THE STORY OF A MASTERPIECE

CONTENTS

PART I.

PART II.

THE ROMANCE OF CERTAIN OLD CLOTHES

A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CASE

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

VIII.

IX.

A PROBLEM

DE GREY: A ROMANCE

OSBORNE’S REVENGE

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

A LIGHT MAN

GABRIELLE DE BERGERAC

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

TRAVELLING COMPANIONS

CONTENTS

I.

II.

A PASSIONATE PILGRIM

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

AT ISELLA

MASTER EUSTACE

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

GUEST’S CONFESSION

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

THE MADONNA OF THE FUTURE

THE SWEETHEART OF M. BRISEUX

THE LAST OF THE VALERII

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

ADINA

PART I

PART II

PROFESSOR FARGO

PART I

PART II

PART III

EUGENE PICKERING

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

CRAWFORD’S CONSISTENCY

THE GHOSTLY RENTAL

FOUR MEETINGS

CONTENTS

FOUR MEETINGS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

THÉODOLINDE

ROSE-AGATHE

DAISY MILLER

CONTENTS

PART I

PART II

LONGSTAFF’S MARRIAGE

AN INTERNATIONAL EPISODE

PART I

PART II

THE PENSION BEAUREPAS

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

THE DIARY OF A MAN OF FIFTY

A BUNDLE OF LETTERS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

THE POINT OF VIEW

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

THE SEIGE OF LONDON

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

PART I

PART II

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

THE AUTHOR OF BELTRAFFIO

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

PANDORA

I

II

GEORGINA’S REASONS

CONTENTS

PART I.

I.

II.

PART II.

III.

IV.

PART III.

V.

VI.

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

THE PATH OF DUTY

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

VIII.

COUSIN MARIA

MRS. TEMPERLY

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

THE ASPERN PAPERS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

CONTENTS

I

II

III

TWO COUNTRIES

THE MODERN WARNING

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

A LONDON LIFE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

THE LESSON OF THE MASTER

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

THE PATAGONIA

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

THE SOLUTION

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

THE PUPIL

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

BROOKSMITH

THE MARRIAGES

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

THE CHAPERON

CONTENTS

I.

II.

SIR EDMUND ORME

NONA VINCENT

CONTENTS

I.

II.

THE PRIVATE LIFE

THE REAL THING

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

LORD BEAUPRÉ

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

THE VISITS

JERSEY VILLAS

SIR DOMINICK FERRAND

CONTENTS

I.

II.

III.

IV.

V.

VI.

VII.

COLLABORATION

GREVILLE FANE

THE WHEEL OF TIME

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

OWEN WINGRAVE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

THE MIDDLE YEARS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

THE DEATH OF THE LION

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

THE COXON FUND

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

THE ALTAR OF THE DEAD

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

NEXT TIME

CONTENTS

THE NEXT TIME

I

II

III

IV

V

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

THE WAY IT CAME

THE FRIENDS OF THE FRIENDS

CONTENTS

THE WAY IT CAME

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

JOHN DELAVOY

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

CONTENTS

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

IN THE CAGE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

CHAPTER XIV

CHAPTER XV

CHAPTER XVI

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII

CHAPTER XIX

CHAPTER XX

CHAPTER XXI

CHAPTER XXII

CHAPTER XXIII

CHAPTER XXIV

CHAPTER XXV

CHAPTER XXVI

CHAPTER XXVII

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

PASTE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

THE GREAT GOOD PLACE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

MAUD-EVELYN

CONTENTS

MAUD-EVELYN

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

MISS GUNTON OF POUGHKEEPSIE

THE SPECIAL TYPE

CONTENTS

THE SPECIAL TYPE

I

II

III

IV

V

THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

THE ABASEMENT OF THE NORTHMORES

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

THE TONE OF TIME

CONTENTS

I

II

BROKEN WINGS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

THE FACES

THE TWO FACES

CONTENTS

I

II

III

MRS. MEDWIN

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

THE BELDONALD HOLBEIN

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

THE STORY OF IT

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

FLICKERBRIDGE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

THE BIRTHPLACE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

THE PAPERS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

FORDHAM CASTLE

JULIA BRIDE

CONTENTS

I

II

THE JOLLY CORNER

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

THE VELVET GLOVE

CONTENTS

I

II

III

MORA MONTRAVERS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

CRAPY CORNELIA

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

THE BENCH OF DESOLATION

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

A ROUND OF VISITS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

The Plays

PYRAMUS AND THISBE

PYRAMUS AND THISBE

STILL WATERS

CHARACTERS

STILL WATERS

A CHANGE OF HEART

CHARACTERS

A CHANGE OF HEART

DAISY MILLER

CONTENTS

DRAMATIS PERSONAE

ACT FIRST

ACT SECOND

ACT THIRD

TENANTS

CONTENTS

CHARACTERS

ACT FIRST

ACT SECOND

ACT THIRD

DISENGAGED

CONTENTS

THE ALBUM

CONTENTS

THE REPROBATE

CONTENTS

GUY DOMVILLE

CONTENTS

SUMMERSOFT

SUMMERSOFT

THE HIGH BID

CONTENTS

FINIS

THE OUTCRY

CONTENTS

The Travel Writing

TRANSATLANTIC SKETCHES

CONTENTS

CHESTER.

LICHFIELD AND WARWICK.

NORTH DEVON.

WELLS AND SALISBURY.

SWISS NOTES.

FROM CHAMBÉRY TO MILAN.

FROM VENICE TO STRASBURG.

THE PARISIAN STAGE.

A ROMAN HOLIDAY.

ROMAN RIDES.

ROMAN NEIGHBORHOODS.

THE AFTER-SEASON IN ROME.

FROM A ROMAN NOTE-BOOK.

A CHAIN OF CITIES.

THE ST. GOTHARD.

SIENA.

THE AUTUMN IN FLORENCE.

FLORENTINE NOTES.

TUSCAN CITIES.

RAVENNA.

THE SPLUGEN.

HOMBURG REFORMED.

DARMSTADT.

IN HOLLAND.

IN BELGIUM.

PORTRAITS OF PLACES

CONTENTS

NOTE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION.

VENICE

ITALY REVISITED

OCCASIONAL PARIS.

RHEIMS AND LAON: A LITTLE TOUR.

CHARTRES.

ROUEN.

ETERETAT.

FROM NORMANDY TO THE PYRENEES.

AN ENGLISH EASTER

LONDON AT MIDSUMMER

TWO EXCURSIONS

IN WARWICKSHIRE

ABBEYS AND CASTLES

ENGLISH VIGNETTES

AN ENGLISH NEW YEAR

AN ENGLISH WINTER WATERING-PLACE

SARATOGA.

NEWPORT.

QUEBEC.

NIAGARA.

A LITTLE TOUR IN FRANCE

CONTENTS

Preface

Introductory

Chapter i. Tours

Chapter ii. Tours: the Cathedral

Chapter iii. Tours: Saint Martin

Chapter iv. Blois

Chapter v. Chambord

Chapter vi. Amboise

Chapter vii. Chenonceaux

Chapter viii. Azay-le-Rideau

Chapter ix. Langeais

Chapter x. Loches

Chapter xi. Bourges

Chapter xii. Bourges: Jacques Cœur

Chapter xiii. Le Mans

Chapter xiv. Angers

Chapter xv. Nantes

Chapter xvi. La Rochelle

Chapter xvii. Poitiers

Chapter xviii. Angoulême

Chapter xix. Toulouse

Chapter xx. Toulouse: the Capitol

Chapter xxi. Toulouse: Saint-Sernin

Chapter xxii. Carcassonne

Chapter xxiii. Carcassonne

Chapter xxiv. Narbonne

Chapter xxv. Montpellier

Chapter xxvi. The Pont du Gard

Chapter xxvii. Aigues-Mortes

Chapter xxviii. Nîmes

Chapter xxix. Tarascon

Chapter xxx. Arles

Chapter xxxi. Arles: the Museum

Chapter xxxii. Les Baux

Chapter xxxiii. Avignon

Chapter xxxiv. Villeneuve-lès-Avignon

Chapter xxxv. Vaucluse

Chapter xxxvi. Orange

Chapter xxxvii. Macon

Chapter xxxviii. Bourg-en-Bresse

Chapter xxxix. Beaune

Chapter xl. Dijon

ENGLISH HOURS

CONTENTS

NOTE

PUBLISHERS’ NOTE

LONDON

BROWNING IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY

CHESTER

LICHFIELD AND WARWICK

NORTH DEVON

WELLS AND SALISBURY

AN ENGLISH EASTER

LONDON AT MIDSUMMER

TWO EXCURSIONS

IN WARWICKSHIRE

ABBEYS AND CASTLES

ENGLISH VIGNETTES

AN ENGLISH NEW YEAR

AN ENGLISH WINTER WATERING-PLACE

WINCHELSEA, RYE, AND “DENIS DUVAL”

OLD SUFFOLK

THE AMERICAN SCENE

CONTENTS

PREFACE

NEW ENGLAND. AN AUTUMN IMPRESSION

NEW YORK REVISITED

NEW YORK AND THE HUDSON. A SPRING IMPRESSION

NEW YORK. SOCIAL NOTES

THE BOWERY AND THEREABOUTS

THE SENSE OF NEWPORT

BOSTON

CONCORD AND SALEM

PHILADELPHIA

BALTIMORE

WASHINGTON

RICHMOND

CHARLESTON

FLORIDA

ITALIAN HOURS

CONTENTS

PREFACE

VENICE

THE GRAND CANAL

VENICE: AN EARLY IMPRESSION

TWO OLD HOUSES AND THREE YOUNG WOMEN

CASA ALVISI

FROM CHAMBÉRY TO MILAN

THE OLD SAINT-GOTHARD LEAVES FROM A NOTE-BOOK

ITALY REVISITED

A ROMAN HOLIDAY

ROMAN RIDES

ROMAN NEIGHBOURHOODS

THE AFTER-SEASON IN ROME

FROM A ROMAN NOTE-BOOK

A FEW OTHER ROMAN NEIGHBOURHOODS

A CHAIN OF CITIES

SIENA EARLY AND LATE

THE AUTUMN IN FLORENCE

FLORENTINE NOTES

TUSCAN CITIES

OTHER TUSCAN CITIES

RAVENNA

THE SAINT’S AFTERNOON AND OTHERS

The Non-Fiction

FRENCH NOVELISTS AND POETS

CONTENTS

ALFRED DE MUSSET.

THEOPHILE GAUTIER.

CHARLES BAUDELAIRE.

HONORÉ DE BALZAC.

BALZAC’S LETTERS.

GEORGE SAND.

CHARLES DE BERNARD AND GUSTAVE FLAUBERT.

IVAN TURGÉNIEFF.

THE TWO AMPÉRES.

MADAME DE SABRAN.

MÉRIMÉE’S LETTERS.

THE THÉÂTRE FRANÇAIS.

HAWTHORNE

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. EARLY YEARS.

FOOTNOTE

CHAPTER II. EARLY MANHOOD.

CHAPTER III. EARLY WRITINGS.

CHAPTER IV. BROOK FARM AND CONCORD.

CHAPTER V. THE THREE AMERICAN NOVELS.

CHAPTER VI. ENGLAND AND ITALY.

CHAPTER VII. LAST YEARS.

PARTIAL PORTRAITS

CONTENTS

NOTICE

EMERSON

THE LIFE OF GEORGE ELIOT

DANIEL DERONDA

A CONVERSATION

ANTHONY TROLLOPE

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

MISS WOOLSON

ALPHONSE DAUDET

GUY DE MAUPASSANT

IVAN TURGENEV

GEORGE DU MAURIER

THE ART OF FICTION

ESSAYS IN LONDON AND ELSEWHERE

CONTENTS

LONDON

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL

FRANCES ANNE KEMBLE

GUSTAVE FLAUBERT

PIERRE LOTI

THE JOURNAL OF THE BROTHERS DE GONCOURT

BROWNING IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY

HENRIK IBSEN

MRS. HUMPHRY WARD

CRITICISM

AN ANIMATED CONVERSATION

PICTURE AND TEXT

CONTENTS

NOTE

BLACK AND WHITE

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

EDWIN A. ABBE

CHARLES S. REINHART

ALFRED PARSONS

JOHN S. SARGENT

HONORÉ DAUMIER

AFTER THE PLAY

WILLIAM WETMORE STORY AND HIS FRIENDS

CONTENTS

PART ONE: EARLY YEARS AND EARLY WORK.

I. THE PRECURSORS.

II. CAMBRIDGE AND BOSTON.

PART TWO: EARLY ROMAN YEARS

III. THE SIEGE OF ROME.

IV. VENICE AND BERLIN.

V. RETURN TO AMERICA AND TO ITALY.

PART THREE: MIDDLE ROMAN YEARS

VI. THE PALAZZO BARBERINI.

VII. SIENA AND CHARLES SUMNER.

VIII. THE CLEOPATRA AND THE LIBYAN SIBYL.

IX. ENGLAND AND SOCIETY.

PART FOUR: LAST ROMAN YEARS

X. GRAFFITI D’ITALIA.

XI. AMERICAN COMMISSIONS.

XII. VALLOMBROSA.

VIEWS AND REVIEWS

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

THE NOVELS OF GEORGE ELIOT

THE NOVELS OF GEORGE ELIOT

ON A DRAMA OF MR. BROWNING

SWINBURNE’S ESSAYS

THE POETRY OF WILLIAM MORRIS

MATTHEW ARNOLD’S ESSAYS

MR. WALT WHITMAN

THE POETRY OF GEORGE ELIOT

THE LIMITATIONS OF DICKENS

TENNYSON’S DRAMA

CONTEMPORARY NOTES ON WHISTLER VS. RUSKIN

A NOTE ON JOHN BURROUGHS

MR. KIPLING’S EARLY STORIES

NOTES ON NOVELISTS

CONTENTS

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

ÉMILE ZOLA

GUSTAVE FLAUBERT

HONORÉ DE BALZAC 1902

I

II

HONORÉ DE BALZAC 1913

GEORGE SAND 1897

GEORGE SAND 1899

GEORGE SAND 1914

I

GABRIELE D’ANNUNZIO

MATILDE SERAO

THE NEW NOVEL 1914

DUMAS THE YOUNGER

THE NOVEL IN “THE RING AND THE BOOK”

AN AMERICAN ART-SCHOLAR: CHARLES ELIOT NORTON

LONDON NOTES. January 1897

LONDON NOTES. June 1897

LONDON NOTES. July 1897

LONDON NOTES. August 1897

WITHIN THE RIM AND OTHER ESSAYS

CONTENTS

WITHIN THE RIM

REFUGEES IN CHELSEA

THE AMERICAN VOLUNTEER MOTOR-AMBULANCE CORPS IN FRANCE

FRANCE

THE LONG WARDS

NOTES AND REVIEWS

CONTENTS

Preface

I. Fiction and Sir Walter Scott

II. Miss Prescott’s “Azarian”

III. Lindisfarn Chase

IV. Emily Chester: A Novel

V. Miss Alcott’s “Moods”

VI. The Noble School of Fiction

VII. Miss Mackenzie

VIII. The Schonberg-Cotta Family

IX. Can You Forgive Her?

X. The Gayworthys

XI. French Critic

XII. Miss Braddon

XIII. Eugénie de Guérin’s Journal

XIV. The Belton Estate

XV. Swinburne’s “Chastelard.”

XVI. Kingsley’s “Hereward.”

XVII. Winifred Bertram

XVIII. Mrs. Gaskell

XIX. Marian Rooke

XX. A Noble Life

XXI. Epictetus

XXII. Victor Hugo’s Last Novel

XXIII. Felix Holt, the Radical

XXIV. The Letters of Eugénie de Guérin

XXV. The Last French Novel

THE ART OF THE NOVEL

CONTENTS

PREFACE TO “RODERICK HUDSON”

PREFACE TO “THE AMERICAN”

PREFACE TO “THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY”

PREFACE TO “THE PRINCESS CASAMASSIMA

PREFACE TO “THE TRAGIC MUSE”

PREFACE TO “THE AWKWARD AGE’

PREFACE TO “THE SPOILS OF POYNTON”

PREFACE TO “WHAT MAISIE KNEW”

PREFACE TO “THE ASPERN PAPERS”

PREFACE TO “THE REVERBERATOR”

PREFACE TO “LADY BARBARINA”

PREFACE TO “THE LESSON OF THE MASTER”

PREFACE TO “THE AUTHOR OF BELTRAFFIO”

PREFACE TO “THE ALTAR OF THE DEAD”

PREFACE TO “DAISY MILLER”

PREFACE TO “THE WINGS OF THE DOVE”

PREFACE TO “THE AMBASSADORS”

PREFACE TO “THE GOLDEN BOWL”

The Letters

THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

I. FIRST EUROPEAN YEARS (1869-74)

To Miss Alice James.

To his Mother.

To his Mother.

To William James.

To William James.

To his Father.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To his Parents.

To W. D. Howells.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To His Mother.

II. PARIS AND LONDON. (1875-1881)

To his Father.

To W. D. Howells.

To William James.

To William James.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Miss Grace Norton,

To William James.

To Miss Alice James.

To William James.

To his Mother.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To W. D. Howells.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To his Mother.

To Mrs. Fanny Kemble.

III. THE MIDDLE YEARS. (1882-1888)

To Miss Henrietta Reubell.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To Mrs. John L. Gardner.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To William James.

To George du Maurier.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To William James.

To W. D. Howells.

To John Addington Symonds.

To Alphonse Daudet.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To William James.

To James Russell Lowell.

To William James.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To W. D. Howells.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

IV. LATER LONDON YEARS. (1889-1897)

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

To W. D. Howells.

To Miss Alice James.

To William James.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. Hugh Bell.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. Mahlon Sands.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To the Countess of Jersey.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To W. D. Howells.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Mrs. Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To Robert Louis Stevenson.

To William James.

To Julian R. Sturgis.

To William James.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Sidney Colvin.

To Miss Henrietta Reubell.

To William James.

To George Henschel.

To W. D. Howells.

To William James.

To Sidney Colvin.

To Mrs. John L. Gardner.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To W. E. Norris.

To William James.

To Edmumd Gosse.

To Jonathan Sturges.

To W. E. Norris.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To the Viscountess Wolseley.

To Miss Frances R. Morse.

To Mrs. George Hunter.

To Edward Warren.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To Mrs. William James.

To Miss Grace Norton.

V. RYE. (1898-1903)

To W. D. Howells.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To William James.

To Miss Muir Mackenzie.

To Gaillard T. Lapsley.

To Paul Bourget.

To W. D. Howells.

To Madame Paul Bourget.

To Miss Frances R. Morse.

To Dr. Louis Waldstein.

To H. G. Wells.

To F. W. H. Myers.

To Mrs. William James.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To Henry James, junior.

To A. F. de Navarro.

To Edward Warren.

To William James.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Mrs. A. F. de Navarro.

To Sidney Colvin.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Miss Henrietta Reubell.

To H. G. Wells.

To Charles Eliot Norton.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. Everard Cotes.

To A. F. de Navarro.

To W. D. Howells.

To W. D. Howells.

To W. E. Norris.

To A. F. de Navarro.

To W. E. Norris.

To A. F. de Navarro.

To the Viscountess Wolseley.

To William James.

To Miss Muir Mackenzie.

To W. D. Howells.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Miss Jessie Allen.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To Miss Muir Mackenzie.

To Edmund Gosse.

To H. G. Wells.

To Percy Lubbock.

To Gaillard T. Lapsley.

To Mrs. Cadwalader Jones.

To W. D. Howells.

To H. G. Wells.

To Mrs. Cadwalader Jones.

To H. G. Wells.

To Mrs. Frank Mathews.

To W. D. Howells.

To Madame Paul Bourget.

To Mrs. Waldo Story.

To W. D. Howells.

To William James.

To Miss Violet Hunt.

To W. E. Norris.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Henry Adams.

To Sir George O. Trevelyan.

To W. D. Howells.

To Edward Lee Childe.

To W. E. Norris.

To Mrs. Julian Sturgis.

To J. B. Pinker.

To Henry James, junior.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To Edmund Gosse.

To W. E. Norris.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To Edward Warren.

To Mrs. William James.

To William James.

To Miss Margaret James.

To H. G. Wells.

To William James.

To W. E. Norris.

To Paul Harvey.

To William James.

To William James.

To Miss Margaret James.

To Mrs. Dew-Smith.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To W. E. Norris

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Gaillard T. Lapsley.

To Bruce Porter.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To William James, junior.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Madame Wagnière.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Miss Gwenllian Palgrave.

To William James.

To W. E. Norris.

To W. E. Norris.

To Dr. and Mrs. J. William White.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Gaillard T. Lapsley.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Henry James, junior.

To W. D. Howells.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To J.B. Pinker.

To Miss Ellen Emmet.

To George Abbot James.

To Hugh Walpole.

To George Abbot James.

To W.E. Norris.

To Mrs. Henry White.

To W. D. Howells.

To Edward Lee Childe.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To Charles Sayle.

To Mrs. W.K. Clifford.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To William James.

To H. G. Wells.

To Miss Henrietta Reubell.

To William James.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Madame Wagnière.

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Owen Wister.

VII. RYE AND CHELSEA. (1910-1914)

To T. Bailey Saunders.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Miss Jessie Allen.

To Mrs. Bigelow.

To W. E. Norris.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Bruce Porter.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. Charles Hunter.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To W. E. Norris.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Miss Rhoda Broughton.

To H. G. Wells.

To C. E. Wheeler.

To Dr. J. William White.

To T. Bailey Sanders.

To Sir T. H. Warren.

To Miss Ellen Emmet.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Mrs. William James.

To Mrs. John L. Gardner.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. Wilfred Sheridan.

To Miss Alice Runnells.

To Mrs. Frederic Harrison.

To Miss Theodora Bosanquet.

To Mrs. William James.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To W. E. Norris.

To Miss M. Betham Edwards.

To Wilfred Sheridan.

To Walter V. R. Berry.

To W. D. Howells.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To H. G. Wells.

To Lady Bell.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Miss Rhoda Broughton.

To Henry James, junior.

To R. W. Chapman.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Edmund Gosse.

To H. G. Wells.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Gaillard T. Lapsley.

To John Bailey.

To Dr. J. William White.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. Bigelow.

To Robert C. Witt.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To A. F. de Navarro.

To Henry James, junior.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Mrs. Henry White.

To Mrs. William James.

To Bruce Porter.

To Lady Ritchie.

To Mrs. William James.

To Percy Lubbock.

To two hundred and seventy Friends.

To Mrs. G. W. Prothero.

To William James, junior.

To Miss Rhoda Broughton.

To Mrs. Alfred Sutro.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Mrs. Archibald Grove.

To William Roughead, W. S.

To Mrs. William James.

To Howard Sturgis.

To Mrs. G. W. Prothero.

To H. G. Wells.

To Logan Pearsall Smith.

To C. Hagberg Wright.

To Robert Bridges.

To André Raffalovich.

To Henry James, junior

To Edmund Gosse.

To Bruce L. Richmond.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Compton Mackenzie.

To William Roughead, W.S.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Dr. J. William White.

To Henry Adams.

To Mrs. William James.

To Arthur Christopher Benson.

To Mrs. Humphry Ward.

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To William Roughead, W. S.

To William Roughead, W. S.

To Mrs. Alfred Sutro.

To Sir Claude Phillips.

VIII. THE WAR. (1914-1916)

To Howard Sturgis.

To Henry James, junior.

To Mrs. Alfred Sutro.

To Miss Rhoda Broughton.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To William James, junior.

To Mrs. W. K. Clifford.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. Richard Watson Gilder.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. T. S. Perry.

To Miss Rhoda Broughton.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Henry James, junior.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Mrs. T. S. Perry.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Miss Grace Norton.

To Mrs. Dacre Vincent.

To the Hon. Evan Charteris.

To Compton Mackenzie.

To Miss Elizabeth Norton.

To Hugh Walpole.

To Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge.

To Mrs. William James.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To the Hon. Evan Charteris.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Thomas Sergeant Perry.

To Edward Marsh.

To Edward Marsh.

To Mrs. Wharton.

To Edward Marsh.

To G. W. Prothero.

To Wilfred Sheridan.

To Edward Marsh.

To Edward Marsh.

To Compton Mackenzie.

To Henry James, junior.

To Edmund Gosse.

To J. B. Pinker.

To Frederic Harrison.

To H. G. Wells.

To H. G. Wells.

To Henry James, junior.

To Edmund Gosse.

To John S. Sargent.

To Wilfred Sheridan.

To Edmund Gosse.

To Mrs. Wilfred Sheridan.

To Hugh Walpole.

DETAILED TABLE OF CORRESPONDENTS

The Autobiographies

A SMALL BOY AND OTHERS

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

XIX

XX

XXI

XXII

XXIII

XXIV

XXV

XXVI

XXVII

XXVIII

XXIX

NOTES OF A SON AND BROTHER

CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

XIII

THE MIDDLE YEARS

CONTENTS

EDITOR’S NOTE

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

The Criticism

HENRY JAMES - AN APPRECIATION by Joseph Conrad

HENRY JAMES, JR by William Dean Howells

HENRY JAMES: A CRITICAL STUDY by Ford Madox Ford

I. INTRODUCTION

II. SUBJECTS

III. TEMPERAMENTS

IV. METHODS

V. APPENDIX

SUSPENDED JUDGMENTS: HENRY JAMES by John Cowper Powys

AN EXTRACT FROM ‘THE DECAY OF LYING’ by Oscar Wilde

OTHER ESSAYS: HENRY JAMES by Virginia Woolf

1. WITHIN THE RIM (* Written in 1919.)

MEMOIRS AND PORTRAITS: AN ESSAY AND LETTER by Robert Louis Stevenson

XVI: A HUMBLE REMONSTRANCE

LETTER TO HENRY JAMES IN RESPONSE TO THIS ESSAY

UNDERWOODS: POEMS ADDRESSED TO HENRY JAMES by Robert Louis Stevenson

INTRODUCTION TO THE AUTOBIOGRAPHIES by F. W. Dupee

INTRODUCTION

OF ART, OF LITERATURE, OF MR. HENRY JAMES by H. G. Wells

HENRY JAMES by Arnold Bennett

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