The introduction to this 1993 volume places James's fiction in the context of the family that conditioned his concern with the sexual politics of intimate experience. The essays that follow demonstrate the continuing appeal of his fiction through an analysis of two of his most widely read tales.Winterbourne and the Doom of Manhood in Daisy Miller ROBERT WEISBUCH 1 HENRY JAMES is like the modern jazz masters in this: He begins with the simplest romantic themes, then builds intricacies upon them until the once- clichesanbsp;...
|Title||:||New Essays on 'Daisy Miller' and 'The Turn of the Screw'|
|Author||:||Vivian R. Pollak|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1993-11-26|