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Literature and Criticism / American Studies
The Theoretical Dimensions of Henry James
John Carlos Rowe
Rowe examines James from the perspectives of the psychology of literary influence, feminism, Marxism, psychoanalysis, literary phenomenology and impressionism, and reader-response criticism, transforming a literay monument into the telling point of intersection for modern critical theories.
John Carlos Rowe is the son of Gloria Rowe, who introduced him to the writings of Henry James..
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LC: 84-040158 PS
304 pp. 6 x 9
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