By E. Harden
This new quantity within the writer Chronology sequence bargains an severe articulation of Henry James's biographical studies, that are awarded amid the distinctive unfolding of his innovative writing, and set within the greater context of old advancements that impinged upon his lifestyles. Evoking the big variety of his reviews with different humans, his manifold reviews of fellow artists in a number of fields, and his serious articulation of the artwork of writing fiction, this learn finds his significant effect upon next writers and scholars of fiction.
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Story’s] Nero: An Historical Play,” The Nation, 21: 345. Roderick Hudson (Boston: James R. Osgood). December 1 (Wed) 2 3 9 11 12 16 20 25 30 30 30 “Roderick Hudson,” Atlantic Monthly, 36: 641–65. “Honoré de Balzac,” The Galaxy, 20: 814–36. Writing to F. P. Church, editor of the Galaxy, James offers him “the opening chapters of a novel. I have got at work upon one sooner than I expected, and particularly desire it to come out without delay. ” [Letters 2: 8–9] “[Alvan S. Southworth’s] Four Thousand Miles of African Travel,” The Nation, 21: 361.
46 A Henry James Chronology 25 “[W. W. Story’s] Nero: An Historical Play,” The Nation, 21: 345. Roderick Hudson (Boston: James R. Osgood). December 1 (Wed) 2 3 9 11 12 16 20 25 30 30 30 “Roderick Hudson,” Atlantic Monthly, 36: 641–65. “Honoré de Balzac,” The Galaxy, 20: 814–36. Writing to F. P. Church, editor of the Galaxy, James offers him “the opening chapters of a novel. I have got at work upon one sooner than I expected, and particularly desire it to come out without delay. ” [Letters 2: 8–9] “[Alvan S.
Tennyson’s Drama [Queen Mary],” The Galaxy, 20: 393–402. “Portraits by Mr. Frank Duveneck,” The Nation, 21: 165–66. “[A Portrait by Copley],” The Nation, 21: 166. 1875 23 30 45 “New Novels [reviews of Miss A. Thackeray’s Miss Angel, Mrs. Oliphant’s Whiteladies, Mrs. T. Erskine’s Wyncote, Miss C. Jenkin’s Within an Ace, André Theuriet’s Le Mariage de Gérard, Gustave Droz’s Les Etangs, and L. B. Walford’s Mr. Smith],” The Nation, 21: 201–203. “[T. L. Kington-Oliphant’s] The Duke and the Scholar, and Other Essays,” The Nation, 21: 216.