By E. Harden
This new quantity within the writer Chronology sequence deals an extreme articulation of Henry James's biographical stories, that are provided amid the distinctive unfolding of his inventive writing, and set within the higher context of historic advancements that impinged upon his lifestyles. Evoking the big variety of his reports with different people, his manifold experiences of fellow artists in numerous fields, and his serious articulation of the paintings of writing fiction, this learn unearths his significant effect upon next writers and scholars of fiction.
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Summer in France,” New York Tribune, 3: 3–4. James leaves Étretat for the Château de Varennes, near Montargis, to visit the American, Edward Lee Childe, and his French wife, both of whom James has known in Paris. [Letters 2: 20, 60–63] “A French Watering Place,” New York Tribune, 3: 1–2. Writing from the Château de Varennes to Whitelaw Reid of the Tribune, who had asked him to be what James called more “newsy” and “gossipy,” and less “literary,” James respectfully declines: “If my letters have been ‘too good’ I am honestly afraid that they are the poorest I can do, especially for the money!
Blood-drenched Paris seemed as a glittering bauble beside it. … And oh! ” [Letters 1: 304–06] Alice and Aunt Kate leave Liverpool for America on the Algeria, after almost five months in Europe, and James sets off for Paris, where he sees Emerson and the Lowells. [Letters 1: 285, 308, 310] November 21 (Thu) 31 “Guest’s Confession,” Atlantic Monthly, 30: 566–83. “A European Summer. VI. From Chambéry to Milan,” The Nation, 15: 332–34. Writing from Paris to William, James speaks of being “active and joyous,” and having especially relished “a night of 34 A Henry James Chronology Molière recently at the Odéon: the Précieuses Ridicules and the Malade Imaginaire.
Hennessy],” The Galaxy, 5: 133–43. “The Romance of Certain Old Clothes,” Atlantic Monthly, 21: 209–20. April “A Most Extraordinary Case,” Atlantic Monthly, 21: 461–85. “[Philip Gilbert Hamerton’s] Contemporary French Painters,” North Amercian Review, 106: 716–23. May 7 (Thu) “Taine’s Italy [review of the English translation of H. Taine’s Italy: Rome and Naples],” The Nation, 6: 373–75. June “A Problem [illus. W. J. Hennessy],” The Galaxy, 5: 697–707. 1868–69 25 4 (Thu) 18 “Sainte-Beuve’s Portraits [review of the English translation of C.
A Henry James Chronology (Author Chronologies) by E. Harden