By E. Harden
This new quantity within the writer Chronology sequence bargains an extreme articulation of Henry James's biographical studies, that are offered amid the exact unfolding of his ingenious writing, and set within the better context of old advancements that impinged upon his existence. Evoking the big variety of his reviews with different humans, his manifold reviews of fellow artists in quite a few fields, and his serious articulation of the paintings of writing fiction, this research finds his significant impact upon next writers and scholars of fiction.
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Mrs. Richard Harding Davis’s] Dallas Galbraith,” The Nation, 7: 330–31. ], Modern Women,” The Nation, 7: 332–34. 1869 January 20 (Wed) Ulysses S. Grant becomes President. February 17 (Wed) Henry Jr. , just off Piccadilly. [Edel 1: 281–84] March 10 (Wed) Writing to his sister, James tells her of his busy ten days in London, where he has renewed his acquaintance with 26 A Henry James Chronology 31 Leslie Stephen and his wife, Minny Thackeray Stephen, and has frequently seen Charles Eliot Norton, his wife, and sisters, Grace and Jane.
Victor Hugo’s Last Novel [review of Les Travailleurs de la Mer],” The Nation, 2: 466–68. June 15 (Fri) “A Day of Days,” The Galaxy, 1: 298–312. Summer Henry Jr. spends the summer in a cottage that his father has rented for the family at Swampscott, north of Boston on Massachusetts Bay, reading—especially George Eliot’s Felix Holt—and nursing a renewal of back pain. [Lewis 179] August 16 (Thu) “[George Eliot’s] Felix Holt, The Radical,” The Nation, 3: 127–28. September 13 (Thu) “The Letters of Eugénie de Guérin,” The Nation, 3: 206–07.
Charles’s] The Schönberg-Cotta Family,” The Nation, 1: 344–45. ,” 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.