By E. Harden
This new quantity within the writer Chronology sequence deals an severe articulation of Henry James's biographical reviews, that are awarded amid the unique unfolding of his imaginitive writing, and set within the better context of old advancements that impinged upon his existence. Evoking the wide variety of his stories with different people, his manifold experiences of fellow artists in a variety of fields, and his severe articulation of the paintings of writing fiction, this learn unearths his significant impact upon next writers and scholars of fiction.
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November Henry James, Sr. , Cambridge, across from the Harvard Yard. Shortly thereafter Henry Jr. meets William Dean Howells, Assistant Editor of the Atlantic, who becomes a close friend. [Le Clair 388; Lewis 180]. 1867 March 7 (Thu) “My Friend Bingham,” Atlantic Monthly, 19: 346–58. “Maurice de Guérin [review of English translation by Edward T. Fisher of Guérin’s Journal],” The Nation, 4: 187–89. April “Recent Volumes of Poems [reviews of Julia Ward Howe’s Later Lyrics, Elizabeth Akers’s (Florence Percy) Poems, Amanda T.
The Nation, 1: 409–10. October 12 (Thu) “[Mrs. Adeline Dutton (Train) Whitney’s] The Gayworthys,” North American Review, 101: 619–22. “A French Critic [review of Edmond Schérer’s Nouvelles Études sur la Littérature Contemporaine],” The Nation, 1: 468–70. November 9 (Thu) 16 “Miss Braddon [review of Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s fiction, especially Aurora Flood],” The Nation, 1: 593–94. “Mr. Walt Whitman [review of Drum-Taps],” The Nation, 1: 625–26. 22 A Henry James Chronology December 14 (Thu) 21 “Eugénie de Guérin [review of G.
Edel 1: 252] July 2 (Thu) 9 16 30 “De Grey: A Romance,” Atlantic Monthly, 22: 57–78. “Osborne’s Revenge [illus. W. J. Hennessy],” The Galaxy, 6: 5–31. “[The Count de Falloux’s] Life and Letters of Madame Swetchine [trans. H. W. Preston],” North American Review, 107: 328–34. “[William Morris’s] The Earthly Paradise,” North American Review, 107: 358–61. “[George Eliot’s] The Spanish Gypsy,” The Nation, 7: 12–14. “[William Morris’s] The Earthly Paradise,” The Nation, 7: 33–34. “[George Sand’s] Mademoiselle Merquem,” The Nation, 7: 52–53.