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The novels and tales of Henry James.

Author: Henry James; Percy Lubbock; Henry James Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: [New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1907-17]
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Genre/Form: Fiction
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James, Henry, 1843-1916.
Novels and tales of Henry James.
[New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1907-17]
(OCoLC)612889444
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry James; Percy Lubbock; Henry James Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 381828
Notes: Half-title; each volume has special t.-p.
For this edition the author culled out the works he considered unworthy of preservation and rewrote some of his earlier works to perfect them. Cf. Henry James, the master / Leon Edel. c1972. p. 321.
Vol. 1-24 have critical prefaces by the author; v. 25-26, left unfinished at the author's death, are edited by Percy Lubbock.
Description: 26 v. fronts. (v. 1: port.) 22 cm.
Contents: V. 1. Roderick Hudson. --
v. 2. The American. --
v. 3-4. The portrait of a lady. --
v. 5-6. The Princess Casamassima. --
v. 7-8. The tragic muse. --
v. 9. The awkward age. --
v. 10. The Spoils of Poynton. A London life. The chaperon. --
v. 11. What Maisie knew. In the cage. The pupil. --
v. 12. The Aspern papers. The turn of the screw. The liar. The two faces. --
v. 13. The reverberator. Madame de Mauves. A passionate pilgrim. The Madonna of the future. Louisa Pallant. --
v. 14. Lady Barbarina. The siege of London. An international episode. The pension Beaurepas. A bundle of letters. The point of view. --
v. 15. The lesson of the master. The death of the lion. The next time. The figure in the carpet. The Coxon fund. --
v. 16. The author of Beltraffio. The middle years. Greville Fane. Broken wings. The tree of knowledge. The abasement of the Northmores. The great good place. Four meetings. Paste. Europe. Miss Gunton of Poughkeepsie. Fordham castle. --
v. 17. The altar of the dead. The beast in the jungle. The birthplace. The private life. Owen Wingrave. The friends of the friends. Sir Edmund Orme. The real right thing. The jolly corner. Julia Bride. --
v. 18. Daisy Miller. Pandora. The Patagonia. The marriages. The real thing. Brooksmith. The Beldonald Holbein. The story in it. Flickerbridge. Mrs. Medwin. --
v. 19-20. The wings of the dove. --
v. 21-22. The ambassadors --
v. 23-24. The golden bowl. --
v. 25. The ivory tower. --
v. 26. The sense of the past.
Other Titles: Works.

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