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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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December 1984
LC: 84-040158 PS

304 pp.    6 x 9

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ISBN 978-0-299-09974-9
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