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INDEX OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG

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HENRY JAMES



Compiled by David Widger



JAMES



CONTENTS

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##  RODERICK HUDSON

##  THE AMERICAN

##  CONFIDENCE

##  THE EUROPEANS

##  PANDORA

##  THE TURN OF THE SCREW

##  THE ASPERN PAPERS

##  THE AMBASSADORS

##  THE REAL THING AND OTHER TALES

##  THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY (Vol. I)

##  THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY (Vol. II)

##  THE GOLDEN BOWL (V1 and V2)

##  ITALIAN HOURS

##  WHAT MAISIE KNEW

##  THE AWKWARD AGE

##  THE REVERBERATOR

##  MADAME DE MAUVES

##  A PASSIONATE PILGRIM

##  LOUISA PALLANT

##  HAWTHORNE

##  THE BOSTONIANS (Vol. I of II)

##  THE BOSTONIANS (Vol. II of II)

##  THE TRAGIC MUSE

##  GEORGINA'S REASONS

##  THE PATH OF DUTY

##  FOUR MEETINGS

##  EMBARRASSMENTS

##  THE FINER GRAIN

##  THE OUTCRY

##  A LONDON LIFE; THE PATAGONIA AND OTHERS

##  PICTURE AND TEXT

##  A SMALL BOY AND OTHERS

##  A LITTLE TOUR IN FRANCE

##  THE SACRED FOUNT

##  THE SPOILS OF POYNTON

##  VIEWS AND REVIEWS

##  THE RIM AND OTHER ESSAYS

##  LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES (Vol. I)

##  LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES (Vol. II)

##  NOTES OF A SON AND BROTHER

##  PARTIAL PORTRAITS

##  ENGLISH HOURS


THE FILES BELOW DO NOT HAVE
LINKED TABLES OF CONTENTS


THE PENSION BEAUREPAS

A BUNDLE OF LETTERS


AN INTERNATIONAL EPISODE

DAISY MILLER

EUGENE PICKERING

GLASSES

GREVILLE FANE

IN THE CAGE

LADY BARBARINA AND OTHERS

NONA VINCENT

PANDORA

SIR DOMINICK FERRAND

THE ALTAR OF THE DEAD

THE AUTHOR OF BELTRAFFIO

THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE

THE BELDONALD HOLBEIN

THE BIRTHPLACE

THE CHAPERON

THE COXON FUND

THE DEATH OF THE LION

THE DIARY OF A MAN OF FIFTY

THE FIGURE IN THE CARPET

THE JOLLY CORNER

THE LESSON OF THE MASTER

THE MADONNA OF THE FUTURE

THE MIDDLE YEARS

THE PATAGONIA

THE PUPIL

THE TWO MAGICS AND OTHERS

WINGS OF THE DOVE, (Vol. I)

THE WINGS OF THE DOVE (Vol. II)

WASHINGTON SQUARE

THE MARRIAGES








TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES






RODERICK HUDSON

by Henry James



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. Rowland
CHAPTER II. Roderick
CHAPTER III. Rome
CHAPTER IV. Experience
CHAPTER V. Christina
CHAPTER VI. Frascati
CHAPTER VII. Saint Cecilia’s
CHAPTER VIII. Provocation
CHAPTER IX. Mary Garland
CHAPTER X. The Cavaliere
CHAPTER XI. Mrs. Hudson
CHAPTER XII. The Princess Casamassima
CHAPTER XIII.     Switzerland






THE AMERICAN

by Henry James

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI






CONFIDENCE

by Henry James



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
CHAPTER XXVII
CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX






THE EUROPEANS

by Henry James



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII






SOME SHORT STORIES

By Henry James

CONTENTS

Contents:
BROOKSMITH
THE REAL THING: I, II, III, IV
THE STORY OF IT: I, II, III
FLICKERBRIDGE: I, II, III, IV, V, VI
MRS. MEDWIN: I, II, III, IV






THE TURN OF THE SCREW

by Henry James


CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
XXIV






THE ASPERN PAPERS

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX






The Ambassadors

by Henry James



CONTENTS

Volume I

Preface
Book First
Book Second
Book Third
Book Fourth
Book Fifth
Book Sixth

Volume II

Book Seventh
Book Eighth
Book Ninth
Book Tenth
Book Book Eleventh
Book Twelfth






THE REAL THING AND OTHER TALES

By Henry James



CONTENTS

 

PAGE

The Real Thing

1

Sir Dominick Ferrand

45

Nona Vincent

131

The Chaperon

181

Greville Fane

249






THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

VOLUME I (of II)

By Henry James




CONTENTS

PREFACE

THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
CHAPTER XXVII






THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

VOLUME II (of II)

By Henry James



CONTENTS

CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX
CHAPTER XXXI
CHAPTER XXXII
CHAPTER XXXIII
CHAPTER XXXIV
CHAPTER XXXV
CHAPTER XXXVI
CHAPTER XXXVII
CHAPTER XXXVIII
CHAPTER XXXIX
CHAPTER XL
CHAPTER XLI
CHAPTER XLII
CHAPTER XLIII
CHAPTER XLIV
CHAPTER XLV
CHAPTER XLVI
CHAPTER XLVII
CHAPTER XLVIII
CHAPTER XLIX
CHAPTER L
CHAPTER LI
CHAPTER LII
CHAPTER LIII
CHAPTER LIV
CHAPTER LV






THE GOLDEN BOWL

Volumes I and II, Complete

By Henry James



CONTENTS

BOOK FIRST: THE PRINCE
PART FIRST
PART SECOND
PART THIRD
BOOK SECOND: THE PRINCESS
PART FOURTH
PART FIFTH
PART SIXTH.






ITALIAN HOURS

By Henry James



CONTENTS

PREFACE
VENICE
THE GRAND CANAL
VENICE: AN EARLY IMPRESSION
TWO OLD HOUSES AND THREE YOUNG WOMEN
CASA ALVISI
FROM CHAMBÉRY TO MILAN
THE OLD SAINT-GOTHARD LEAVES FROM A NOTE-BOOK
ITALY REVISITED
A ROMAN HOLIDAY
ROMAN RIDES
ROMAN NEIGHBOURHOODS
THE AFTER-SEASON IN ROME
FROM A ROMAN NOTE-BOOK
A FEW OTHER ROMAN NEIGHBOURHOODS
A CHAIN OF CITIES
SIENA EARLY AND LATE
THE AUTUMN IN FLORENCE
FLORENTINE NOTES
TUSCAN CITIES
OTHER TUSCAN CITIES
RAVENNA
THE SAINT’S AFTERNOON AND OTHERS






WHAT MAISIE KNEW

By Henry James

CONTENTS

Introduction
Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Chapter XII
Chapter XIII
Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX
Chapter XX
Chapter XXI
Chapter XXII
Chapter XXIII
Chapter XXIV
Chapter XXV
Chapter XXVI
Chapter XXVII
Chapter XXVIII
Chapter XXIX
Chapter XXX
Chapter XXXI






THE AWKWARD AGE

By Henry James



CONTENTS

PREFACE

THE AWKWARD AGE

BOOK FIRST. LADY JULIA
BOOK SECOND. LITTLE AGGIE
BOOK THIRD. MR. LONGDON
BOOK FOURTH. MR. CASHMORE
BOOK FIFTH. THE DUCHESS
BOOK SIXTH. MRS. BROOK
BOOK SEVENTH.    MITCHY
BOOK EIGHTH. TISHY GRENDON
BOOK NINTH. VANDERBANK
BOOK TENTH. NANDA






THE REVERBERATOR

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV






MADAME DE MAUVES

Byhenry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX






A PASSIONATE PILGRIM

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV






LOUISA PALLANT

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI






HAWTHORNE

By Henry James, Junr.



CONTENTS

PAGE
CHAPTER I.
EARLY YEARS 1
CHAPTER II.
EARLY MANHOOD 25
CHAPTER III.
EARLY WRITINGS 52
CHAPTER IV.
BROOK FARM AND CONCORD 76
CHAPTER V.
THE THREE AMERICAN NOVELS 105
CHAPTER VI.
ENGLAND AND ITALY 147
CHAPTER VII.
LAST YEARS 171






THE BOSTONIANS

A Novel

By Henry James

Vol. I (of II)

MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LONDON
1921

First Published in 1886


BOOK FIRST

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX

BOOK SECOND

XXI
XXII
XXIII






THE BOSTONIANS

A Novel

By Henry James

In Two Volumes

Vol. II (of II)



BOOK SECOND (Continued)

XXIV
XXV
XXVI
XXVII
XXVIII
XXIX
XXX
XXXI
XXXII
XXXIII
XXXIV

BOOK THIRD

XXXV
XXXVI
XXXVII
XXXVIII
XXXIX
XL
XLI
XLII






THE TRAGIC MUSE

By Henry James

CONTENTS

PREFACE
BOOK FIRST:
  I,
II,
III,
IV,
V,
VI
BOOK SECOND:
  VII,
VIII,
IX,
X,
XI,
XII
BOOK THIRD:
  XIII,
XIV,
XV,
XVI,
XVII
BOOK FOURTH:
  XVIII,
XIX,
XX,
XXI
BOOK FIFTH:
  XXII,
XXIII,
XXIV,
XXV,
XXVI,
XXVII,
XXVIII,
XXIX,
XXX,
XXXI
BOOK SIX:
  XXXII,
XXXIII,
XXXIV,
XXXV,
XXXVI,
XXXVII,
XXXVIII,
XXXIX,
XL,
XLI
BOOK SEVENTH:
  XLII,
XLIII,
XLIV,
XLV,
XLVI
BOOK EIGHTH:
  XLVII,
XLVIII,
XLIX,
L,
LI






GEORGINA’S REASONS

By Henry James



CONTENTS

PART I.
I.
II.
PART II.
III.
IV.
PART III.
V.
VI.






THE PATH OF DUTY.

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.






FOUR MEETINGS.

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I.
II.
III.
IV.






EMBARRASSMENTS

By Henry James



CONTENTS

THE FIGURE IN THE CARPET

I
II
III.
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI

GLASSES

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII

THE NEXT TIME

I
II
III
IV
V

THE WAY IT CAME

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII






THE FINER GRAIN

By Henry James



CONTENTS

"THE VELVET GLOVE"

I
II
III

A ROUND OF VISITS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII

CRAPY CORNELIA

I
II
III
IV
V

THE BENCH OF DESOLATION

I
II
III
IV
V
VI






THE OUTCRY

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
I
II
III
IV






A LONDON LIFE AND OTHER TALES

By Henry James

CONTENTS

A London Life

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
I
II
III
IV
I
II
III
I
II
III
IV






PICTURE AND TEXT

By Henry James



CONTENTS

NOTE
BLACK AND WHITE
          I
          II
          III
          IV
          V
          VI
          VII
EDWIN A. ABBE
CHARLES S. REINHART
ALFRED PARSONS
JOHN S. SARGENT
HONORÉ DAUMIER
AFTER THE PLAY

ILLUSTRATIONS

Black and White Page Image
Priory
The Village-green, Broadway
Millet
Alfred Parsons
Mr. George H. Boughton
Du Maurier
The Old House






A SMALL BOY AND OTHERS

By Henry James

CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
XXIV
XXV
XXVI
XXVII
XXVIII
XXIX






A LITTLE TOUR IN FRANCE

By Henry James

Preface
Contents
List of Illustrations
Introductory
Footnotes

CONTENTS

  Introductory 1
I. Tours 3
II. Tours: the Cathedral 12
III. Tours: Saint Martin 17
  "Saint Julian 20
  "Plessis-les-Tours 22
  "Marmoutier 23
IV. Blois 26
V. Chambord 36
VI. Amboise 47
  Chaumont 51
VII. Chenonceaux 54
VIII. Azay-le-Rideau 64
IX. Langeais 68[x]
X. Loches 72
XI. Bourges 77
  "The Cathedral 80
XII. Bourges: Jacques Cœur 86
XIII. Le Mans 94
XIV. Angers 101
XV. Nantes 107
XVI. La Rochelle 115
XVII. Poitiers 122
XVIII. Angoulême 130
  Bordeaux 132
XIX. Toulouse 136
XX. Toulouse: the Capitol 141
XXI. Toulouse: Saint-Sernin 145
XXII. Carcassonne 150
XXIII. Carcassonne 157
XXIV. Narbonne 163
XXV. Montpellier 170
XXVI. The Pont du Gard 178
XXVII. Aigues-Mortes 183
XXVIII. Nîmes 188
XXIX. Tarascon 195
XXX. Arles 202
  "The Theatre 205
XXXI. Arles: the Museum 209
XXXII. Les Baux 213
XXXIII. Avignon 223
  "The Palace of the Popes 226
XXXIV. Villeneuve-lès-Avignon 230
XXXV. Vaucluse 235
XXXVI. Orange 243[xi]
XXXVII. Macon 249
XXXVIII. Bourg-en-Bresse 254
  The Church at Brou 255
XXXIX. Beaune 262
XL. Dijon 267

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Tours: the House of Balzac To face page 8
Tours: the Cathedral (Photogravure) " 14
Tours: the Towers of St. Martin " 18
Blois (Photogravure) " 26
Blois: the Château " 28
Chambord " 38
Amboise: the Château " 48
Chenonceaux (Photogravure) " 56
Azay-le-Rideau " 64
Loches " 72
Loches: the Church " 74
Bourges: the House of Jacques Cœur (Photogravure) " 86
Bourges: Doorway, House of Jacques Cœur " 90
Bourges: the Cathedral (West Front) " 92
Le Mans: the Cathedral " 98
Angers: Old Timbered Houses " 104
La Rochelle " 118
La Rochelle: the Hôtel de Ville (Photogravure) " 120
Poitiers: Church of St. Radegonde (Photogravure) " 126[xiv]
Bordeaux: the Quay (Photogravure) " 134
Toulouse: St. Sernin (the Transept) " 146
Toulouse: the Garonne (Photogravure) " 148
Carcassonne " 158
Carcassonne (another View) " 160
Narbonne: the Washing Place " 166
Narbonne: the Cathedral and Hôtel de Ville (Photogravure) " 168
The Pont du Gard " 180
Aigues-Mortes " 186
Nîmes: the Cathedral " 190
Nîmes: the Amphitheatre " 192
Tarascon: the Castle " 198
Arles: St. Trophimus " 204
Arles: Ruins of the Roman Theatre " 206
Arles: Door of St. Trophimus " 210
Arles: the Cloisters (Photogravure) " 212
Avignon: the Church " 226
Vaucluse: Ruins of Castle " 240
Orange: the Theatre " 246
Lyons " 250
Brou: the Church (Photogravure) " 256
Beaune: the Hospital " 264
Dijon " 266
Dijon: the Park " 268
 
Courtyard, House of Jacques Cœur Half-title  
Angers from the Bridge Title-page  
Aigues-Mortes v
Isle-sur-Sorgues viii
Saint-Bénazet: the Broken Bridge ix
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon xi
Narbonne: the Fish Market ix
Avignon from Villeneuve xiii
Toulouse: Hôtel d'Assézat xvi
Nantes 1
Tours from the River 3
Langeais 3
Chaumont from the River 17
Blois 26
Chambord 36
Chaumont from the Bridge 47
Chenonceaux 54
Azay-le-Rideau 64
Langeais from the Loire 68
Loches 72
Bourges 77
Bourges: the Hôtel Lallemont 86
Le Mans 94
Angers: the Castle 101
Nantes: the Quay 107
La Rochelle: Tour de la Lanterne 115
Poitiers: the Cathedral 122
Bordeaux 130
Toulouse: the Cathedral 136
Toulouse: the Place de Capitol 141
Toulouse: Saint-Sernin 145
Carcassonne from the River 150
Carcassonne 157
Arles, Landscape near 163
Montpellier: the Aqueduct 170
The Pont du Gard 178
Aigues-Mortes 183
Nîmes: the Maison Carrée 188
Tarascon and Beaucaire 195
Provençal Landscape 202
Montmajeur 209
Les Baux 213
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon 218
Avignon 223
Vaucluse, Approach to 235
Orange: the Gateway 243
Valence 249
Macon 254
Macon: the Bridge 262
Beaune: the Hospital 267






THE SACRED FOUNT

By Henry James

I,
II,
III,
IV,
V,
VI,
VII,
VIII,
IX,
X,
XI,
XII,
XIII,
XIV






THE SPOILS OF POYNTON

By Henry James

CONTENTS

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXI
XXII






VIEWS AND REVIEWS

By Henry James

CONTENTS

PAGE
The Novels of George Eliot 1
On a Drama of Robert Browning 41
Swinburne's Essays 51
The Poetry of William Morris
I. The Life and Death of Jason 63
II. The Earthly Paradise 71
Matthew Arnold's Essays 83
Mr. Walt Whitman 101
The Poetry of George Eliot
I. The Spanish Gypsy 113
II. The Legend of Jubal 138
The Limitations of Dickens 153
Tennyson's Drama
I. Queen Mary 165
II. Harold 196
Contemporary Notes on Whistler vs. Ruskin
I. The Suit for Libel 207
II. Mr. Whistler's Rejoinder 211
A Note on John Burroughs 217
Mr. Kipling's Early Stories 225






WITHIN THE RIM AND OTHER ESSAYS

By Henry James

CONTENTS

PAGE
WITHIN THE RIM 11
REFUGEES IN CHELSEA 39
THE AMERICAN VOLUNTEER MOTOR-AMBULANCE CORPS IN FRANCE
     A Letter to the Editor of an American Journal
63
FRANCE 83
THE LONG WARDS 97






THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES

VOLUME I

Selected And Edited By Percy Lubbock

CONTENTS

PAGE
INTRODUCTION xiii
 
NOTE xxxii
 
I. FIRST EUROPEAN YEARS: 1869-1874
 
PREFACE 1
 
LETTERS:
To Miss Alice James 15
To his Mother 19
To his Mother 21
To William James 24
To William James 26
To his Father 28
To Charles Eliot Norton 30
To his Parents 32
To W. D. Howells 33
To Miss Grace Norton 35
To his Mother 38
 
II. PARIS AND LONDON: 1875-1881
 
PREFACE 41
 
LETTERS:
To his Father 45
To W. D. Howells 47
To William James 50
To William James 52
To Miss Grace Norton 54
To Miss Grace Norton 56
To William James 59
To Miss Alice James 62
To William James 65
To his Mother 67
To Miss Grace Norton 69
To W. D. Howells 71
To Charles Eliot Norton 74
To his Mother 76
To Mrs. Fanny Kemble 78
 
III. THE MIDDLE YEARS: 1882-1888
 
PREFACE 82
 
LETTERS:
 
To Miss Henrietta Reubell 90
To Charles Eliot Norton 91
To Mrs. John L. Gardner 92
To Miss Grace Norton 93
To William James 97
To George du Maurier 98
To Miss Grace Norton 100
To William James 102
To W. D. Howells 103
To John Addington Symonds 106
To Alphonse Daudet 108
To Robert Louis Stevenson 110
To William James 111
To Miss Grace Norton 113
To William James 115
To James Russell Lowell 118
To William James 119
To Charles Eliot Norton 122
To Miss Grace Norton 126
To Edmund Gosse 129
To Robert Louis Stevenson 130
To Robert Louis Stevenson 132
To W. D. Howells 134
To Robert Louis Stevenson 136
To William James 139
 
IV. LATER LONDON YEARS: 1889-1897
 
PREFACE 144
 
LETTERS:
To Robert Louis Stevenson 152
To William James 154
To Robert Louis Stevenson 155
To Robert Louis Stevenson 158
To William James 161
To W. D. Howells 163
To Miss Alice James 166
To William James 170
To Edmund Gosse 172
To Mrs. Hugh Bell 173
To Robert Louis Stevenson 174
To William James 179
To Robert Louis Stevenson 181
To Charles Eliot Norton 183
To Edmund Gosse 185
To Mrs. Mahlon Sands 186
To Mrs. Humphry Ward 187
To Robert Louis Stevenson 188
To Robert Louis Stevenson 190
To the Countess of Jersey 192
To Charles Eliot Norton 193
To W. D. Howells 197
To Robert Louis Stevenson 199
To Mrs. Edmund Gosse 201
To Edmund Gosse 202
To Robert Louis Stevenson 204
To Robert Louis Stevenson 207
To William James 210
To Julian R. Sturgis 212
To George du Maurier 212
To William James 214
To Edmund Gosse 217
To Edmund Gosse 220
To Edmund Gosse 221
To Edmund Gosse 223
To Sidney Colvin 224
To Miss Henrietta Reubell 225
To William James 227
To George Henschel 229
To W. D. Howells 230
To William James 232
To Sidney Colvin 236
To Mrs. John L. Gardner 238
To Arthur Christopher Benson 240
To W. E. Norris 242
To William James 244
To Edmund Gosse 246
To Jonathan Sturges 248
To W. E. Norris 250
To Arthur Christopher Benson 251
To the Viscountess Wolseley 254
To Miss Frances R. Morse 255
To Mrs. George Hunter 258
To Edward Warren 261
To Arthur Christopher Benson 262
To Mrs. William James 263
To Miss Grace Norton 268
 
V. RYE: 1898-1908
 
PREFACE 272
 
LETTERS:
 
To W. D. Howells 277
To Arthur Christopher Benson 278
To William James 280
To Miss Muir Mackenzie 283
To Gaillard T. Lapsley 285
To Paul Bourget 286
To W. D. Howells 291
To Madame Paul Bourget 292
To Miss Frances R. Morse 294
To Dr. Louis Waldstein 296
To H. G. Wells 298
To F. W. H. Myers 300
To Mrs. William James 301
To Charles Eliot Norton 306
To Henry James, junior 309
To A. F. de Navarro 311
To Edward Warren 315
To William James 315
To Howard Sturgis 317
To Mrs. Humphry Ward 318
To Mrs. Humphry Ward 320
To Mrs. Humphry Ward 323
To Mrs. A. F. de Navarro 328
To Sidney Colvin 330
To Edmund Gosse 332
To Miss Henrietta Reubell 333
To H. G. Wells 335
To Charles Eliot Norton 337
To Edmund Gosse 344
To Mrs. Everard Cotes 346
To A. F. de Navarro 348
To W. D. Howells 349
To W. D. Howells 354
To W. E. Norris 361
To A. F. de Navarro 364
To W. E. Norris 366
To A. F. de Navarro 368
To the Viscountess Wolseley 369
To William James 371
To Miss Muir Mackenzie 373
To W. D. Howells 375
To Edmund Gosse 378
To Miss Jessie Allen 379
To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 381
To Miss Muir Mackenzie 382
To Edmund Gosse 385
To H. G. Wells 388
To Percy Lubbock 390
To Gaillard T. Lapsley 391
To Mrs. Cadwalader Jones 395
To W. D. Howells 397
To H. G. Wells 400
To Mrs. Cadwalader Jones 401
To H. G. Wells 404
To Mrs. Frank Mathews 406
To W. D. Howells 407
To Madame Paul Bourget 410
To Mrs. Waldo Story 411
To W. D. Howells 413
To William James 415
To Miss Violet Hunt 424
To W. E. Norris 425
To Howard Sturgis 428
To Henry Adams 431
To Sir George O. Trevelyan 432






THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES

VOLUME II

Selected   And   Edited   By Percy Lubbock

CONTENTS

VI. Rye (continued): 1904-1909
PAGE
Preface 1
Letters:
    To W. D. Howells 8
    To Edward Lee Childe 10
    To W. E. Norris 12
    To Mrs. Julian Sturgis 14
    To J. B. Pinker 15
    To Henry James, junior 16
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 18
    To Edmund Gosse 19
    To W. E. Norris 22
    To Edmund Gosse 24
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 29
    To Edward Warren 31
    To Mrs. William James 32
    To William James 34
    To Miss Margaret James 36
    To H. G. Wells 37
    To William James 42
    To W. E. Norris 45
    To Paul Harvey 47
    To William James 50
    To William James 52
    To Miss Margaret James 53
    To Mrs. Dew-Smith 55
    To Mrs. Wharton 56
    To W. E. Norris 58
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 61
    To Gaillard T. Lapsley 62
    To Bruce Porter 65
    To Miss Grace Norton 67
    To William James, junior 71
    To Howard Sturgis 72
    To Howard Sturgis 74
    To Madame Wagnière 76
    To Mrs. Wharton 78
    To Miss Gwenllian Palgrave 81
    To William James 82
    To W. E. Norris 84
    To W. E. Norris 87
    To Dr. and Mrs. J. William White 88
    To Mrs. Wharton 90
    To Gaillard T. Lapsley 92
    To Mrs. Wharton 94
    To Henry James, junior 96
    To W. D. Howells 98
    To Mrs. Wharton 104
    To J. B. Pinker 105
    To Miss Ellen Emmet 107
    To George Abbot James 110
    To Hugh Walpole 112
    To George Abbot James 113
    To W. E. Norris 114
    To Mrs. Henry White 117
    To W. D. Howells 118
    To Edward Lee Childe 120
    To Hugh Walpole 122
    To Mrs. Wharton 123
    To Arthur Christopher Benson 125
    To Charles Sayle 127
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 129
    To Miss Grace Norton 131
    To William James 134
    To H. G. Wells 137
    To Miss Henrietta Reubell 139
    To William James 140
    To Mrs. Wharton 142
    To Madame Wagnière 144
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 146
    To Owen Wister 148
 
VII. Rye and Chelsea: 1910-1914
Preface 151
Letters:
    To T. Bailey Saunders 155
    To Mrs. Wharton 156
    To Miss Jessie Allen 158
    To Mrs. Bigelow 159
    To W. E. Norris 160
    To Mrs. Wharton 161
    To Mrs. Wharton 163
    To Bruce Porter 164
    To Miss Grace Norton 165
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 167
    To Mrs. Wharton 168
    To Mrs. Charles Hunter 170
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 171
    To W. E. Norris 173
    To Mrs. Wharton 175
    To Miss Rhoda Broughton 178
    To H. G. Wells 180
    To C. E. Wheeler 183
    To Dr. J. William White 184
    To T. Bailey Saunders 186
    To Sir T. H. Warren 188
    To Miss Ellen Emmet 189
    To Howard Sturgis 192
    To Mrs. William James 194
    To Mrs. John L. Gardner 195
    To Mrs. Wharton 197
    To Mrs. Wilfred Sheridan 199
    To Miss Alice Runnells 201
    To Mrs. Frederic Harrison 202
    To Miss Theodora Bosanquet 204
    To Mrs. William James 205
    To Mrs. Wharton 208
    To W. E. Norris 211
    To Miss M. Betham Edwards 213
    To Wilfred Sheridan 215
    To Walter V. R. Berry 217
    To W. D. Howells 221
    To Mrs. Wharton 227
    To H. G. Wells 229
    To Lady Bell 231
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 234
    To Hugh Walpole 236
    To Miss Rhoda Broughton 238
    To Henry James, junior 239
    To R. W. Chapman 241
    To Hugh Walpole 244
    To Edmund Gosse 246
    To Edmund Gosse 248
    To Edmund Gosse 250
    To Edmund Gosse 252
    To Edmund Gosse 255
    To Edmund Gosse 257
    To H. G. Wells 261
    To Mrs. Humphry Ward 264
    To Mrs. Humphry Ward 265
    To Gaillard T. Lapsley 267
    To John Bailey 269
    To Dr. J. William White 272
    To Edmund Gosse 274
    To Mrs. Bigelow 278
    To Robert C. Witt 280
    To Mrs. Wharton 281
    To A. F. de Navarro 286
    To Henry James, junior 288
    To Miss Grace Norton 293
    To Mrs. Henry White 296
    To Mrs. William James 299
    To Bruce Porter 302
    To Lady Ritchie 304
    To Mrs. William James 305
    To Percy Lubbock 310
    To Two Hundred and Seventy Friends 311
    To Mrs. G. W. Prothero 313
    To William James, junior 314
    To Miss Rhoda Broughton 317
    To Mrs. Alfred Sutro 319
    To Hugh Walpole 322
    To Mrs. Archibald Grove 324
    To William Roughead 327
    To Mrs. William James 329
    To Howard Sturgis 330
    To Mrs. G. W. Prothero 332
    To H. G. Wells 333
    To Logan Pearsall Smith 337
    To C. Hagberg Wright 339
    To Robert Bridges 341
    To André Raffalovich 343
    To Henry James, junior 345
    To Edmund Gosse 348
    To Bruce L. Richmond 350
    To Hugh Walpole 352
    To Compton Mackenzie 354
    To William Roughead 356
    To Mrs. Wharton 357
    To Dr. J. William White 358
    To Henry Adams 360
    To Mrs. William James 361
    To Arthur Christopher Benson 364
    To Mrs. Humphry Ward 366
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 367
    To Mrs. Wharton 369
    To William Roughead 371
    To William Roughead 373
    To Mrs. Alfred Sutro 375
    To Sir Claude Phillips 376
VIII.
Preface 379
Letters:
    To Howard Sturgis 382
    To Henry James, junior 385
    To Mrs. Alfred Sutro 387
    To Miss Rhoda Broughton 389
    To Mrs. Wharton 391
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 392
    To William James, junior 394
    To Mrs. W. K. Clifford 397
    To Mrs. Wharton 399
    To Mrs. R. W. Gilder 401
    To Mrs. Wharton 403
    To Mrs. Wharton 405
    To Mrs. T. S. Perry 406
    To Miss Rhoda Broughton 408
    To Edmund Gosse 409
    To Miss Grace Norton 412
    To Mrs. Wharton 414
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 416
    To Henry James, junior 419
    To Hugh Walpole 423
    To Mrs. Wharton 425
    To Mrs. T. S. Perry 427
    To Edmund Gosse 430
    To Miss Grace Norton 431
    To Mrs. Dacre Vincent 434
    To the Hon. Evan Charteris 436
    To Compton Mackenzie 437
    To Miss Elizabeth Norton 441
    To Hugh Walpole 444
    To Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge 447
    To Mrs. William James 449
    To Mrs. Wharton 452
    To the Hon. Evan Charteris 453
    To Mrs. Wharton 456
    To Thomas Sergeant Perry 459
    To Edward Marsh 462
    To Edward Marsh 464
    To Mrs. Wharton 465
    To Edward Marsh 468
    To G. W. Prothero 469
    To Wilfred Sheridan 470
    To Edward Marsh 472
    To Edward Marsh 474
    To Compton Mackenzie 475
    To Henry James, junior 477
    To Edmund Gosse 480
    To J. B. Pinker 482
    To Frederic Harrison 483
    To H. G. Wells 485
    To H. G. Wells 487
    To Henry James, junior 490
    To Edmund Gosse 492
    To John S. Sargent 493
    To Wilfred Sheridan 494
    To Edmund Gosse 496
    To Mrs. Wilfred Sheridan 499
    To Hugh Walpole 501
Index 503


ILLUSTRATIONS
Henry James, from a Photograph by
E. O. Hoppé
Frontispiece
Page of "the American" (original
Version) as Revised by Henry
James, 1906
to face page 70.






NOTES OF A SON AND BROTHER

By Henry James



CONTENTS

I,
II,
III,
IV,
V,
VI,
VII,
VIII,
IX,
X,
XI,
XII,
XIII.


Transcriber's note
Footnotes

ILLUSTRATIONS

Pencil-drawn portrait of William James by himself, about 1866 Frontispiece
FACING
PAGE
Louis Osborne. Sketch from a letter of William James (page 18) 18
Portrait in oils of Miss Katherine Temple, 1861 96
A leaf from the letter quoted on page 129 130
Sketch of G. W. James brought home wounded from the assault on Fort Wagner 244
"The cold water cure at Divonne—excellent for melancholia."—From a letter of William James (page 448) 448






PARTIAL PORTRAITS

By Henry James

CONTENTS

  PAGE
I. Emerson 1
II. The Life of George Eliot 37
III. Daniel Deronda: A Conversation 65
IV. Anthony Trollope 97
V. Robert Louis Stevenson 137
VI. Miss Woolson 177
VII. Alphonse Daudet 195
VIII. Guy de Maupassant 243
IX. Ivan Turgénieff 291
X. George du Maurier 327
XI. The Art of Fiction 375






ENGLISH HOURS

By Henry James



CONTENTS

LONDON 1
BROWNING IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY 51
CHESTER 61
LICHFIELD AND WARWICK 77
NORTH DEVON 93
WELLS AND SALISBURY 107
AN ENGLISH EASTER 121
LONDON AT MIDSUMMER 153 viii
TWO EXCURSIONS 175
IN WARWICKSHIRE 197
ABBEYS AND CASTLES 225
ENGLISH VIGNETTES 245
AN ENGLISH NEW YEAR 269
AN ENGLISH WATERING-PLACE 277
WINCHELSEA, RYE AND "DENIS DUVAL" 287
OLD SUFFOLK 317

ILLUSTRATIONS

A Tower on the Walls, Chester Half-title
Magdalen Tower, Oxford (see p. 189) Frontispiece
The Gate-House, Cambridge Title
The Senate House, Oxford v
Peterhouse Quad, Cambridge vii
The Medway and Rochester Keep ix
Richmond, from the Thames 1
St. Paul's, from Ludgate Hill 6
Entrance to St. James's Park, Duke of York's Column 16
In the Green Park 22
St. Paul's, from the Water 40 x
The Terrace, Richmond 42
North Door of the Abbey 51
The Abbey, from Victoria Street 54
Eaton Hall 61
Chester High Street 64
The Rows, Chester 68
Chester Cathedral, West Front 72
Shrewsbury 76
Haddon Hall 77
Lichfield Cathedral 80
The Three Spires of Lichfield 82
Warwick Castle 88
Haddon Hall, from the Road 91
Lynmouth 93
A Devonshire Lane 94
The Norman Towers of Exeter 98
Porlock Church, Exmoor 105
The West Front, Wells 107
The Market-Place, Wells 112
Salisbury Cathedral 116
Stonehenge 118
Glastonbury 120
The Abbey and Victoria Tower, from St. James's Park 121
Dark Mysterious London. Near Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster 126
In St. James's Park 130
Baker Street 134
Canterbury, from the Meadows 140
Rochester Castle 144
The Cathedral Close, Canterbury 148
The Nave, Canterbury 150
The Great Tower, Canterbury 152 xi
Greenwich Observatory 153
Piccadilly, near Devonshire House 156
The Ship, Greenwich 162
Kensington Gardens 166
Greenwich Park 173
Epsom Heath, Derby Day 175
The Start for the Derby 180
The Finish of the Derby 184
On the Downs, Derby Day 196
Kenilworth 197
Stratford-on-Avon Church 208
Charlecote Park 214
The Hospital, Warwick 223
Ludlow Castle 225
Ludlow Castle, from the Moat 234
Stokesay Castle 240
Ludlow Tower 243
Portsmouth Harbor, and "The Victory" 245
Shanklin 254
Chichester Cross 260
Abbey Gateway, Bury St. Edmunds 264
Trinity Gate, Cambridge 267
The Workhouse 269
A Factory Town at Night 272
A Factory Town 275
The Parade, Hastings 277
The Front, Brighton 280
A Crescent, Hastings 286
Winchelsea High Street 287
Rye, from Winchelsea Gate 290
Rye, from the Winchelsea Road 296
Rye, from the Marshes 300
The Sandgate, Rye 308 xii
A Street in Rye 315
FitzGerald's House 317
In Old Suffolk 326
A Suffolk Common 330









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