Tracing Henry James
Editor: Melanie H. Ross and Greg W. Zacharias
Date Of Publication: Oct 2008
Range and diversity are aims of Tracing Henry James, which brings together 28 essays by established and newer Henry James scholars from eight countries in North America, Europe and Asia. The essays are organized into an introductory section, a group of essays on Henry James’s shorter fiction, one on James’s longer fiction, one on The American Scene and James’s travel essays, one on James and criticism, and one on Henry James’s letters.
Melanie H. Ross is assistant professor of English at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, where she has developed courses on espionage literature and the history of theatre, where she teaches courses in A, B, C. She has published a number of articles on Henry James and William Shakespeare and also on Henry Jamesis writing a book on James and tTechnology..
Greg W. Zacharias is professor of English and director of the Center for Henry James Studies at Creighton University. He edited The Companion to Henry James, is co-general editor (with Pierre A. Walker) of the ongoing Complete Letters of Henry James, author of Henry James and the Morality of Fiction and articles on Henry James, Mark Twain, and John Milton. Zacharias is executive director of the Henry James Society, Inc.
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