Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 288 p. Wisconsin Project on American Writers. Audience: General/trade. New/Unused/Unmarked/Unopened from the Publisher. In the Original Shrink-Wrap. Not a Remainder, Return, or Previously Owned, just an older printing. U.S. Domestic Tracking/Confirmation Included. Via USPS, Will Ship International, APO/FPO/DPO, PO Boxes, all US 50 States/Territories, Priority and please inquire for Express. All orders are packed carefully/securely, with packing materials to help with quality control, so you may receive your order as described or better, and shipped directly from our facility to provide fast/personal service [Canada/Domestic]. We do our best to ship before expected shipping date and provide honest descriptions. [Note: Residential/Office Deliveries-Please give details on your order how you would like your package left so we may help prevent loss. Once USPS confirms delivery, we are no longer responsible for the item. ] Please contact us anytime for assistance. Thank you for your business! [Product Description: Drawing on Henry James's reputation as a master of modern literature, John Carlos Rowe investigates the way in which various theoretical approaches formulate different conceptions of the "major author." Rowe examines James from the perspectives of the psychology of literary influence, feminism, Marxism, psychoanalysis, literary phenomenology and impressionism, and reader-response criticism, thereby transforming a literay monument into the telling point of intersectino for modern critical theories. Rowe's intertextual method clarifies James's relation to contemporary criticism and his significance in the social history of early modernism. ]
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